A Fond Look Back At The Career Of “Pussy Riot”

August 17, 2012 § 2 Comments

With the news today that the Russian feminist punk-rock group Pussy Riot has been sentenced to two years in prison for “hooliganism,” it seems like an apt time to look back at the fond memories we’ve shared with them over the day.

I can’t believe that after one incident, their entire legacy could come crashing down and after all that they’ve built.  Could you even imagine your childhood without the Russian feminist punk-rock group Pussy Riot?  Could you imagine your children growing up without the Russian feminist punk-rock group Pussy Riot?

We just might have to if “the trio” is unable to re-group after two harsh years in Russian prison.

Let’s look back on the incredible career of Pussy Riot…

2011 - 

They form.

March, 2012 -

Pussy Riot performs an unauthorized anti-Putin performance at the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow and three are arrested for “hooliganism.”

August 17, 2012 - 

They are sentenced to two years in prison.

Farewell, Pussy Riot.  I’ll never forget the memory.

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