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1. An Imposed Russian Birthright

Children born in the Ukrainian city of Kherson will now receive Russian citizenship, whether they want it or not.

Tags: children, passport, war in ukraine
2. Schoolboy vs The Kremlin

An 11-year-old schoolboy was put on a watch list after "discrediting" the army on social media.

Tags: war in ukraine, censorship, children, social media, Volgograd
3. St. Jude's SAFER Ukraine

St. Jude's SAFER Ukraine initiative has helped over 600 patients amid the Russian invasion.

Tags: nonprofits, medicine, vladimir putin, war in ukraine, Ukraine, children
4. Tykes Take to the Web

A new study shows that the percent of Russian kids aged 3-6 using the internet has tripled in the last ten years, among other stats.

Tags: children, Internet, statistics
5. Lenin Claus Is Coming to Town

A delightful Soviet winter tale about children, a big holiday tree, and the true meaning of Christmas: communism.

Tags: Christmas, holiday, New Year, lenin, children
6. Crying Wolf, for Good Reason

As if COVID hadn't forced enough kids to learn from home, the prospect of wolf attacks are doing the same thing in the Ugra region.

Tags: village, rural life, school, children, animals, wildlife
7. Pumpkins, Medieval Renaissance Festivals, and Cattle Stealing

In this week's Odder News, enormous pumpkins, LARPing in honor of Alexander Nevsky, and horses in cars.

Tags: social issues, children, Kazakhstan, alexander nevsky, peter-paul fortress, st. petersburg, moscow, pumpkin, watermelon
8. Don't Forget Your Flowers and Bows

Last week, Russian children gathered for the Day of Knowledge on September 1. It is quite the spectacle.

Tags: soviet history, children, school, September 1, day of knowledge
9. Cheburashka in the Fog

Just a little over a year ago, Russia was rocked by revelations that one of its most venerated authors of childrens’ fiction subjected his daughter to abuse in a cult.

Tags: cartoons, russian literature, literature, children
10. The Rainbow Menace

“The demand for primitive toys suggests that not all of society, but a certain stratum, are inclined to simple decisions. Our society is approaching a situation where we will collapse into the abyss of simple solutions to complex issues.”

– Russian psychologist, politician, and head of the Department of Personality Psychology at Moscow State University Alexander Asmolov warns of the risks of Simple-Dimples, Squishies, and Pop-its
Tags: toys, children, psychology, rospotrebnadzor, squishy, pop it, simple dimple

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