OT - Russians risking long prison sentences to protest Russian invasion of Ukraine

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A Russian artist doused herself in fake
blood in a solo protest in St. Petersburg
on March 27, before the police came &
took her away. Yevgenia Isayeva stood
on the steps of the municipal assembly,
repeating the phrase "my heart bleeds."
https://youtu.be/-ubDpP8_9rE

Marina Ovsyannikova protests Russian
invasion of Ukraine with "No War" sign
held up during live broadcast on Russian
news television, March 14 2022.
https://youtu.be/J4Clbq_Bu1k

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In parts of the world where individuals
are free to protest the Russian invasion
of Ukraine:

Pro-Ukraine protests continue amid
ongoing Russian invasion
https://youtu.be/FBdj7Sa6ry4

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In parts of Ukraine overtaken by Russia,
protests can be a life-risking endeavor
as happened a few days ago in Kherson:
https://youtu.be/8I7vNyZW4M8

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Children injured / killed in Russian invasion
of Ukraine:

Ukrainian family: 11-year-old girl shot in
face by Russian soldier
https://youtu.be/2tz7stTA_Bo

Ukraine children
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Ukraine+children

Polina Kudrin, 10 years young child one of the
first child victims of Russian invasion of Ukraine,
over 100 children have been killed thus far.

Polina's family, her 7 years young brother, her
mother, her father, all killed, the only survivor,
Sophia, age 13, recovering from her injuries in
Rome
https://public.flourish.studio/uploads/834628/c50828de-98a1-44fc-81a7-f55bc6c8f614.jpg
https://www.itv.com/news/2022-03-28/ukrainian-girl-recovers-from-critical-wounds-after-troops-kill-her-entire-family

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