With Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine, many are noticing the distant echoes of history hanging over the present. Continue reading Ukraine: the unfortunate rhymes of History
For 44 days, I’ve seen buildings crumble like jenga pieces from bombs, cars swept up in flames and smoke, ground level shots of blood decorating the asphalt, and millions of refugees running for their lives. Continue reading 44 days of blue and yellow
For many individuals, the fighting has been difficult, but in LILA, the conflict has primarily affected and shocked the Russian and Ukrainian communities. Continue reading 6,200 miles away, the war in Ukraine affects LILA’s community
A poem by Flora Haberman – 9th grade.
In the smoke are crowds, huddled in the dark
Mothers with trembling arms, wrapped around weeping children Continue reading Beneath the Belly of Kyiv
The United States and the European Union have imposed economic sanctions to Russia after its invasion of Ukraine. Beyond Putin’s entourage, they impact millions of people. Continue reading War in Ukraine: How the sanctions affect Russia
The football world’s response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been heartwarming to some, and a much needed dose of positivity in this trying time, but to other more cynical fans it seems a bit hypocritical. Continue reading Football’s Hypocritical Solidarity with Ukraine