Cultural Clash in the Midst of Pandemic: Essay on protests in Poland
In the following, I discuss the current protests in Poland as a response to the public's growing dissatisfaction with the right-wing Polish government’s attempts to fundamentally reshape the country. I develop a condensed overview of Women’s Strikes as a social movement in Poland. In addition, I present some differences between protests in 2016 to 2018, and the current ones.
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