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Indian artists raise awareness about COVID-19, LGBT community through graffiti


Bangalor, Oct 12 (EFE/EPA).- A group of artists created Monday the graffiti arts about the coronavirus in the Indian city of Bangalore, aiming to give voice to the LGTB community and to raise awareness about the coronavirus pandemic. (Camera: JAGADEESH NV).SHOT LIST: MEMBERS OF THE “ARAVANI” ARTISTS WORK ON THE GRAFFITI WHICH AIMS TO RAISE AWARENESS ABOUT THE LGBT COMMUNITY AND THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN BANGALORE, INDIA.

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