Russia: Censorship and self-alienation in Russia
Source:Index on Censorship
In 2005, an ostensibly marginal show of conceptual art installations called Caution, Religion! in the Sakharov Centre for Human Rights led to charges of, "inciting religious hatred and offending the feelings of religious believers."
Submitted on Sat, 09/23/2006 - 00:00
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