These Guerrilla Posters in NYC Subway Stations Highlight Incidents of Racism at Each Stop

Acceptance campaign 'Pride Train' goes in a dark new direction.

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During Pride Month over the past two years, many commuters in New York noticed the colorful posters for Pride Train, an anti-bigotry campaign created by Thomas Shim, Jack Welles, and Ezequiel Consoli. The guerrilla effort plastered subway stations with rainbow-printed faux-service posters promoting LGBTQ acceptance.

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