The Arrests of Lazareva and Maltseva, September 1980 (60.10)

<<No 60 : 31 December 1980>> On 26 September 1980 the feminist Natalya Lazareva (b. 1947) was arrested in Leningrad (on feminism, see CCE 55.9 "Miscellaneous Reports" and 57.18 "The Right to Leave"). She was charged under Article 190-1 of the RSFSR Criminal Code.[1] On 16 December searches were conducted in Leningrad in connection with … Continue reading The Arrests of Lazareva and Maltseva, September 1980 (60.10)

Women Activists and Prisoners

in A Chronicle of Current Events (1968-1983) Looking at an earlier version of this website, the late Marjorie FARQUHARSON commented, "I don't see many women here, John." I looked and they were there, but not perhaps as visible as they could be. One response was a simple change to the "Guided Search" (Tags) in the … Continue reading Women Activists and Prisoners

Inmates of the Women’s Political Camp ZhKh 385/3, August 1970 (15.8)

«No 15 : 31 August 1970» Mordovia camp complex, ZhKh 385/3 1. Zaritskaya, Yekaterina Mironovna Born 1914 in the town of Kolomyya [Ivano-Frankovsk Region] in the family of a school teacher. Graduated from Lvov's Lysenko Musical Institute and the Lvov Polytechnic Institute. Arrested in 1934 for taking part in the assassination of the Polish minister … Continue reading Inmates of the Women’s Political Camp ZhKh 385/3, August 1970 (15.8)

Moscow: the trial of Valeria Novodvorskaya, 16 March 1970 (13.2)

«No 13 : 30 April 1970 » The trial of V. Novodvorskaya took place on 16 March in the Moscow Region Court. (Born in 1951, she is a second-year student of the Institute of Foreign Languages [CCE Issue 11.7]). Charged under article 70 of the Russian Criminal Code (anti-Soviet agitation and propaganda), she was accused … Continue reading Moscow: the trial of Valeria Novodvorskaya, 16 March 1970 (13.2)