A group of street artists in Berlin is turning hate graffiti into works of art.
Disturbed by the number of swastikas spray-painted on buildings in their community, the group is responding to the hate by transforming the swastikas into more positive illustrations. It's all part of a new initiative called Paint Back, which encourages people to take a stand against hateful vandalism.
So far, the group of artists has transformed 25 swastikas into works of art and murals. Since the campaign started, they've noticed fewer swastikas appearing in public places. It's even inspired artists to expand the campaign into other cities across Germany. (Good News Network)
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