16 February 2021

“Being Worthy of such a People” – Belarusian Culture During the Socio-political Crisis: Issue 19

Winter is coming to an end, and the free Belarusian culture is breaking through the snow. We believe that spring will come soon.
9 February 2021

“Your faith will live long” – Issue 18: Belarusian Culture During the Socio-Political Crisis

"I will serve my sentence, I will come out with my hands and my head held high, my soul pure", these were the last words of an imprisoned artist after his unjust sentence had been announced. There are more and more such sentences, and it is horrendous. That is why we don’t give up, for every creative act of protest and every act of solidarity is a voice, thousands, hundreds thousands of voices of free people, and together these voices break through the blockade of fear and violence.
2 February 2021

With No Right to the Culture – Issue 17 Reflecting the Situation in Belarusian Culture Over Last Week

The seventeenth issue of the Digest of Cultural Resistance covers the events which took place in the cultural field of Belarus in the last week of January. Particularly large-scale have been repressions against national symbols, affecting both individuals and businesses. They want to deprive us of symbols, our heritage and culture, banning them and punishing us, but those will live and so will Belarus, live forever.
26 January 2021

“We are calling out and the world is listening” – Issue 16 about the State of Belarusian Culture in times of the Socio-Political Crisis

The new issue of our Digest about cultural resistance in Belaruskeeps covering unjust and illegal detentions, sentences and persecution; captures the facts of dismissals, bans and pressure for political views; notes new cases of repression for symbols; and demonstrates international solidarity with Belarus and creative acts of resistance - new works of art and the voices of individuals.
19 January 2021

I’ll Keep the Right to Remain Myself – Issue 15: What is Happening in Belarusian Culture during the Social and Political Crisis

“Prison bars only prepare us for the life without them”, we repeat the words of Andrej Chadanovič, in our minds and aloud, like a mantra, because the repression continues. And so is our fight.  
12 January 2021

Who Goes There? New Year, Same Repressions. Issue 14 of Weekly Digest about Belarusian Culture

The beginning of January in Belarus feels like an ebb after a storm: a wave of mass repressions has subsided, it’s time to deal with the thickets of arrests and convictions, dismissals and bans. But the music hasn’t stopped playing, the brush is dipped in paint, a pen has touched the paper, the spirit of the free people is dancing a karahod.
29 December 2020

Issue 12: Christmas is the quiet time we need to gather ourselves up and continue resistance

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22 December 2020

“I’m walking, and I’m not alone” – the voices which won’t be silenced. Issue 11 of digest about the sphere of culture in Belarus

 The darker the night is, the brighter the sun inside us. Stand with Belarusian Arts and Culture community. Donate to  Donate ( and Save Our Songs campaign.
15 December 2020

To Survive Tough Times with the Belief in the Better – Issue 10 of Our Weekly Digest about Belarusian Culture in Times of Social and Political Crisis

Keeping silent makes no sense, so we speak the truth, every day, creating art at liberty and behind the bars, the art free from prison bars.  Stand with Belarusian Arts and Culture community. Donate to  Donate ( and Save Our Songs campaign.
8 December 2020

Svetlana Alexievich’s appeal to the UN Human Rights Council, protest art, support from all over the world – in issue 9

While "people are looking to the sky with sorrow, waiting for when the helicopter crashes", creators come up with the ways to live and work in the conditions when they keep losing jobs and getting detained, can’t hold live gigs and perform for free people, when the terror all over the country doesn’t stop, and for a white-red-white flag in one’s own window one can get to Akrestsina prison.