Meet Victoria, my close friend from Kyiv, Ukraine. Her roommate and she woke up as the first airstrikes hit the city. After four days of hitchhiking, walking for hours and hours, enduring endless lines and brutal human stampedes at the border, they were finally in a safe place in Poland. Now, they are volunteers there, helping out other refugees. And there are quite literally millions and millions of Ukrainians with stories like this. Some are more, some are less fortunate than others. Some are lucky enough to live to tell their stories, while others are gone forever. If you're reading this, please help spread the word about the war against Ukraine. Our people are fighting strong, but we need the world's help. Here's how you can assist- with your wallet or otherwise- as well as find out what's going on from official, reliable sources: Some of the ways to help only take a few minutes. Please consider helping out, millions and millions of Ukrainians (including me) would love to come back home soon and live peacefully in free Ukraine. Thank you. P.S. I know that normally it's not a place for politics, but this is not the time to be apolitical. If Ukraine falls, Russia's bloodthirst will not end there.

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  1. klawe
    klawe ·

    Thanks for the nice words! Every day there are fewer posts from my Ukrainian friends. It always brings tears to my eyes. In Mariupol and in Eastern Ukraine there is no more electric energy, I hope our acquaintances are alive. In Kyiv there is only contact with Mila. Stop this war, free Ukraine! 🇺🇦

  2. larsag
    larsag ·

    Have donated - hope it gets to those in need. Stop the evil.

  3. fromanggio
    fromanggio ·

    @klawe I hope they are all right and stay strong. We will win this!

  4. fromanggio
    fromanggio ·

    @larsag thank you so much, it means the world to me and the rest of Ukrainians

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