Susan Phillips

author of “The City Beneath: A Century of Los Angeles Graffiti”

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Graffiti has been around for more than a century in LA, telling and tracing the city's history. Susan Phillips documents this in her new book, “The City Beneath."

Graffiti tells the history of marginalized communities in LA

Graffiti has been around for more than a century in LA, telling and tracing the city's history. Susan Phillips documents this in her new book, “The City Beneath."

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