August202012
This past Friday, August 18, three members of Russian feminist-punk collective Pussy Riot were sentenced to two years in prison for “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred,” based on their February 21st performance of a “punk prayer” in a Moscow church.
In the days prior to and following their sentencing, the music community has rallied together to support the women’s rights and protest for their freedom. We’ve rounded up a handful of those reactions…

This past Friday, August 18, three members of Russian feminist-punk collective Pussy Riot were sentenced to two years in prison for “hooliganism motivated by religious hatred,” based on their February 21st performance of a “punk prayer” in a Moscow church.

In the days prior to and following their sentencing, the music community has rallied together to support the women’s rights and protest for their freedom. We’ve rounded up a handful of those reactions…

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