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Belarusian protests showcased at the art exhibition in San Francisco

For the first time in history, an exhibition showcasing Belarusian protests, Face It, opened up in San Francisco. Newman’s Fine Art Gallery featured a number of artworks by Belarusian artists worldwide, from posters and photographs to the project created by Artificial Intelligence (AI). Check out more in our video! Photos by Vera Sauchanka, LiveFEED If […]

The Hague Criminal Court considers investigating “Europe’s Last Dictator”

LiveFEED was provided with a letter sent by The Hague International Criminal Court in response to the appeal of Belarusians worldwide to launch a criminal investigation into Alexander Lukashenko, also known as “Europe’s Last Dictator.” Within just two weeks, over 37,000 Belarusians from 102 countries have signed their names under the appeal. We spoke to […]

“Free Navalny!” | San Francisco joined global anti-Putin rallies

Alexei Navalny, Russia’s opposition leader and prominent critic of Putin, was arrested on January 17, shortly after his flight landed in Moscow. Navalny spent five months in Germany undergoing treatment after poisoning with Novichok nerve agent, allegedly carried out by the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB). Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov denied FSB’s involvement in […]

Slippery slope: IIHF head Fasel meets Lukashenko as protests continue

This is a developing story, please check back for updates. Last updated at 12:30 pm PST January 13, 2021. Ice Hockey World Championship is scheduled to take place on May 21-June 6. Belarus and Latvia are expected to co-host the event. However, since the widely disputed August 9th presidential election in Belarus and the brutal […]

The Belarus Democracy Act is heading to the Senate

As Belarusian protests continue for the 129th day since the widely disputed August 9th presidential election, the bill HR 8438 (more commonly known as the Belarus Democracy Act of 2020) is making its way to the Senate after the House of Representatives passed it on November 18th. To raise awareness of the importance of this […]

Election Chronicles: while votes are counted, protests continue

During the spring-summer protests, Oakland was one of the Bay Area “hotspots” where some looting and civil unrest occurred. As the nation keeps hanging in uncertainty over the election results, we asked local residents and small business owners what they expect now. One of the windows at MudLab has been smashed during the spring-summer protests […]

Trump tests positive for COVID-19. Is Biden next?

Both candidates shared a stage and a heated debate on Tuesday. About 48 hours later, President Trump and the first lady tested positive for novel coronavirus. “Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our quarantine and recovery process immediately. We will get through this TOGETHER!” Trump twitted late Thursday. Ironically, during […]

Belarus protests: a look inside the strike

A miner at Belaruskali, Yuri Korzun was never particularly interested in politics. “I have a family to take care of, so I always worked a lot and just didn’t have time for it.” It all changed this year when the coronavirus pandemic hit.  “This year, Lukashenko put every Belarusian at risk, ignoring coronavirus,” Yuri shared. […]

The world lights up for Belarus. Will San Francisco join?

As Belarusians passed the 16th day of protests amid the rigged presidential election and brutal violence against peaceful demonstrations, solidarity events continue happening all over the world in support of the Belarusian nation’s fight for freedom and democracy. So far, six people died during the protests, 81 missing, and thousands have been tortured behind bars […]

Recent graduate nurses, “Ready or not?”

On March 23, the University of Nevada-Reno (UNR) officially moved all its classes online, including clinical hours at the hospitals. Not only were the hours cut, but the program itself was accelerated for the graduating class of 2020. We spoke to several recent graduate nurses to find out whether they feel ready to enter the workforce […]