Ukraine: People Take Action

In the United States

A Harvard University freshman is taking a semester off to apply his technical skills to another urgent cause: finding housing for Ukrainian refugees.  And after testing their cybersecurity and showing their platform to potential users, they launched Ukraine Take Shelter on March 2.

The 19-year-old created Ukraine Take Shelter, a website that matches Ukrainian refugees with hosts in neighboring countries and elsewhere.


Polish Moms Leave Baby Strollers for Ukraine Mothers at the Local Train Station


A Human Roadblock

Citizens create a roadblock on a road that leads to the Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant, in Enerhodar, Ukraine, March 2, 2022.(Facebook/National Guard of Ukraine)


Public Posters Calling for Boycott of Russian Products


A Man In Front of WWII Monument: “Send weapons, not prayers” London


Soldiers Care for the Helpless

A woman carried by Ukrainian soldiers crosses an improvised path while fleeing the town of Irpin, Ukraine, Sunday, March 6, 2022. In Irpin, near Kyiv, a sea of people on foot and even in wheelbarrows trudged over the remains of a destroyed bridge to cross a river and leave the city. (Oleksandr Ratushniak/AP)


Each of us can help make a difference.  Even if it is just paying a little more for gas.

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