This is my mom’s brain on Russian propaganda
Lina’s mother now resides in Russia. Like many who have family members on the other side of the frontlines, Lina has watched in disbelief as her mom’s Russian TV watching habits consumed her.
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At the beginning of the full-scale invasion, Lina Lytvynenko didn’t talk to …
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