The Stranger, “What Americans Can Learn from Badass Russian Dissident Reporter Victoria Lomasko”

Several years ago, Lomasko says, she and other writers were looking for a venue to launch an anarchist newspaper called Volya, which means “Will” in Russian. A bookstore owner offered up his store for the event. The very next day, the police showed up: “Do you want to have a bookstore or do you want us to take it away?” After that, the owner unfriended everyone in the group on all his social networks and never spoke to any of them again.

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