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Sampsonia Way's new video series, "The Freedom Chat", introduces author and artist Linor Goralik. Throughout her interview, Linor reveals the struggles of publishing in Russia as well as the external forces that affect her personal work. She also keenly differentiates two propaganda "styles" durin Read more... Read more...
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