Tristan McConnellJune 22, 2012 06:02
NAIROBI — Graffiti activist Boniface Mwangi is driven by fury. He channels his anger into graphic murals depicting Kenyan politicians as corrupt and violent vultures. Mwangi felt photography couldn’t capture the complexity of Kenya’s nexus of corruption, tribalism and impunity in a way that would spur people to take responsibility for choosing their own leaders. He decided that graffiti could.