Russian Women Are Leading the Underground Protest Against Putin's War

When Russia's president began bashing on protesters in the war's first month, feminists found creative ways to oppose the onslaught on Ukraine, from supermarket shelves to specially adorned bird-feeding stations

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Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky
Liza Rozovsky

“If you witness a fall [an airstrike or bombardment], call for help and enter the nearest room,” says a sign hanging in the stairwell of a government office in Russia. At the bottom, someone attached a note saying: “I’m a witness to the fall of Russia, morality and common sense. But there is nowhere to turn to. The point of no return is behind us. Ahead is only fear and despair.”

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