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What Is Metro Saying with this Ad?

by Charles Mudede Ashley Siple A question recently sent to me: "As a walking, person what does this ad mean to you?" I looked at the ad, thought about it for a moment, and nothing came to me. The black Converse sneakers? The yellow strip you find at the edge of T-link platforms? The English words: "Walk Safe"? What was this about? Who was Metro addressing? Pedestrians? I was not the only one in the dark.
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