Despite Russia’s history of state surveillance of activists and civil society, both in the Soviet era and after, people with disabilities have found ways to challenge their living conditions and push for change. Through a variety of grassroots tactics, they have historically been active participants in society. Disability rights activists have developed an expansive repertoire of activist engagements (including online) that transcend the boundaries of familiar models of overt protest, dissent, and confrontation typical of disabled activists in Western democratic countries.
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Research Article| October 01 2021
Strategies of Disability Activism in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia
Current History (2021) 120 (828): 274–279.
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Svetlana Borodina; Strategies of Disability Activism in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia. Current History 1 October 2021; 120 (828): 274–279. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2021.120.828.274
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