Graffiti mural points the way to yout...

Graffiti mural points the way to youth center

There are 3 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Oct 29, 2009, titled Graffiti mural points the way to youth center. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Marlin Joiner, 14, walks up the stairs from the youth center to the gym at St. Matthew Evangelical Lutheran Church in York.

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Art hmmmm

Felton, PA

#1 Oct 29, 2009
Take the light rail to Candem Yards in Baltimore. See the slum falling down buildings across the tracks that are the scenic view. Buildings with so much gratfitti that gives the presence of serioous crime and the decline of society. Acceptable in York, hmmm. Promote gang activity.
used to live in the city

Plymouth Meeting, PA

#2 Oct 29, 2009
Art hmmmm wrote:
Take the light rail to Candem Yards in Baltimore. See the slum falling down buildings across the tracks that are the scenic view. Buildings with so much gratfitti that gives the presence of serioous crime and the decline of society. Acceptable in York, hmmm. Promote gang activity.
So if I think the way you are thinking there is no difference between legal drinking and illegal drinking? And if you stop and think (cause you seem like an older person, like me) there were lots of things like this when we were kids that the older folks then thought were horrible things that were bad influences on us...music.

This is no different than art in an art gallery. I think that the artist was very clear on how to do things the right way. If this art brings one kid off the streets and points them in the right direction of life then I am all for it!
ah ha

Felton, PA

#3 Oct 29, 2009
used to live in the city wrote:
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So if I think the way you are thinking there is no difference between legal drinking and illegal drinking? And if you stop and think (cause you seem like an older person, like me) there were lots of things like this when we were kids that the older folks then thought were horrible things that were bad influences on us...music.
This is no different than art in an art gallery. I think that the artist was very clear on how to do things the right way. If this art brings one kid off the streets and points them in the right direction of life then I am all for it!
Maybe you should move back to the city.

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