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Polish Grannies vs. the right-wing: Europe's unlikely democracy defenders
by Dominique Soguel, Correspondent and Monika Rebala, Correspondent
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11 May 2020
On 11 May 2020 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
A group of grandmothers in Poland, many of whom lived through German occupation and later Soviet rule, are challenging nationalists and the right-wing government to protect freedoms and push for a more inclusive society. The Polish Grannies, as the protesters are called, symbolize a grassroots movement across parts of Europe that is trying to blunt the most extreme versions of far-right nationalism.
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