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The video also shows many photographs falling to the floor as the banner drops.Security guards could be seen running up the stairs toward the women, but the NYPD had no record of a removal or an arrest at Trump Tower on Tuesday.Trump Tower was taken over by feminist punk rock protest group Pussy Riot on Monday night, according to the Russian collective’s social media accounts.Group member Masha Alekhina posted a video of the stunt on Pussy Riot’s official Facebook page, showing three women clad in signature balaclavas unfurling a white banner with “Free Sentsov” written on it in red paint from an upper floor of the Fifth Avenue tower’s lobby.For this reason, all of Pussy Riot's performances were illegal and used co-opted public space.In a February 2012 interview with Vice magazine, Pussy Riot member "Serafima" named her major feminist influences as Simone de Beauvoir, Andrea Dworkin, Emmeline Pankhurst, Shulamith Firestone, Kate Millett, Rosi Braidotti and Judith Butler..It was unclear if the three women from the Moscow protest were the same three members who staged the Trump Tower protest on Monday.

Three members were charged with “hooliganism” and imprisoned for two years, the BBC reported at the time.” are some of their protest song titles targeting the Trump and Putin regimes.Requests for comment regarding Monday’s protest were not immediately returned by Pussy Riot or the Secret Service.However, both were among the group that performed as Pussy Riot during the Winter Olympics in Sochi, where group members were attacked with whips and pepper spray by Cossacks who were employed as security guards.Speaking as much to western European and North American audiences as to Russian audiences, in 2016 Pussy Riot anticipated a Trump victory and two weeks before the vote, released "Make America Great Again", depicting a dystopian world where a President Trump enforces his values through beatings, shaming, and branding by stormtroopers.

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