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Tolerance Poster in Chelyabinsk, Russia

On March 6th the Tolerance Poster Show opened at the "Center of Intercultural Communications of Chelyabinsk Regional Universal Scientific Library" in Chelyabinsk, Russia. The show is a part of the event "Days of Design in Public Library”, and is scheduled to be up until April 25th. This is subject to change, depending on how the situation with the Coronavirus develops, even so far they don’t have any cases there.

This is the second Tolerance Poster Show organized in Chelyabinsk.

The show is organized and made possible by the efforts of Pavel Pisklakov, assistant professor at "South Ural State University” and Rifat Abdrashitov as a head of "Center of Intercultural Communications of the Library". 







Poster Created for the Chelyabinsk, Russia show by Pavel Pisklakov.


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