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1. Spot the Difference

Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi is creating pieces of art comparing the Ukraine she knew in childhood and the war-riddled Ukraine we see today.

Tags: human rights, artist, art, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine
2. Refugees Aboard the Volendam

A well-known cruise line has offered one of its ships to aid the humanitarian effort for Ukraine. 

Tags: human rights, refugees, war in ukraine, Ukraine
3. Security Snoops on Banya Bathers

A court case in the city of Perm unveils a story combining three quintessentially Soviet things: bathhouses, religious oppression, and an (extremely) intrusive surveillance state.

Tags: Perm, banya, law, human rights, religion
4. TBT: Two Births

This week is the anniversary of two important Russian births.

Tags: soviet, human rights, dissidents, herzen, rostropovich
5. Floods of water, juice, and trendy ostrich photos

A juice flood. A mud flood. A human rights drought. And for good measure, portraits with wild animals and haircuts with an axe. 

Tags: ostrich, human rights, pepsi, flood, russia
By Alice E.M. Underwood
6. New Foreign Agent Bill Hits Close to Home

Russia’s law on foreign agents may be getting increasingly draconian. In its latest iteration, any charity could be deemed a political tool of international forces.

Tags: foreign agent, law, political activity, civil rights, human rights
By Alice E.M. Underwood

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