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Seeking Stories About Old Delray

Post-Soviet Graffiti seeks personal histories about Detroit’s old Jewish and Hungarian neighborhood: Delray. If you (or someone that you know) lived in Delray and are willing to share anecdotes about the neighborhood’s glory days, please email: Interested in all types of stories, especially those of the neighborhood’s formerly Jewish and Hungarian identity. Thank you!     Like [...]

June 12, 2014 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0

Street Art of the Ukrainian Revolution

Special Post-Soviet Graffiti dispatch by Christian Szopiński, Magdalena Patalong, Anna Anselm, Marina Lechleider, and Alina Kozłowska. The group travelled from Berlin to Kyiv in March and April 2014 to investigate and photograph the street art of the Ukrainian uprising.  Street Art – vandalism or an artistic form of political protest? This is the question we, five students of [...]

June 6, 2014 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 6

The Russian Anti-Olympic Protest that Putin Doesn’t Want You to Know About

On Valentine’s Day, the Russian authorities arrested a man named Asker Sokht. Sokht is a prominent member of the Circassian ethnic minority, many of whom are protesting the Olympic Games in Sochi, a city that is part of their ancestral homeland. What’s remarkable, though, is that Sokht isn’t one of those critics: He’s known among his fellow Circassians as [...]

May 31, 2014 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0