Secret classes to counter Russian brainwashing in occupied Ukraine - BBC News

Forced to move from Melitopol, “Nataliia” now risks teaching hundreds of former students online.

2 days agoShareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingRelated TopicsWar in UkraineImage source, TelegramImage caption, Children at school in Russian-occupied Ukraine (not the school featured in this report), writing "letters of support" to Russian soldiersBy Anastasiia LevchenkoBBC News, KyivLike millions of other Ukrainians, in the early weeks of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Nataliia (not her real name) was forced from her home.

She couldn't tolerate living under Russian occupation in her southern hometown of Melitopol, and felt she would be more useful in territory still controlled by Ukraine.

But Nataliia didn't just leave her home and relatives behind, she also surrendered her profession, giving up her job of 20 years as a teacher.

Now she spends her time giving online classes to hundreds of her former students.

The risks for her, and her remote class, are huge.

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