Read Russia’s plan to exterminate nearly all Ukrainians as revenge for Ukraine protecting themselves against Russia’s illegal and inhumane invasions: https://medium.com/@kravchenko_mm/what-should-russia-do-with-ukraine-translation-of-a-propaganda-article-by-a-russian-journalist-a3e92e3cb64
Where To Donate
- Stand With Ukraine
- Unicef – $250,000 Yemen Emergency Fund Match
- National Bank of Ukraine Fundraiser
- Revived Soldiers Ukraine
- Five Verified Charities Working in Ukraine
- Russia-Ukraine War: Info and Ways to Help
- Verified Charities for Assistance to Ukraine
- FastCompany: How to Help the People of Ukraine
I have friends and coworkers in Ukraine, a place that I’ve been trying to visit since late 2019. March 2022 was the timeframe when I was finally scheduled to travel to Lviv, until Putin’s insane threats became insane actions, making travel much more complicated and dangerous, and threatening the safety of many people I know. The Ukrainian war has also taken attention away from the war in Yemen, where 86,000 children may have already died in Yemen since the Saudi-led attacks began. 1.3 million people are estimated to be killed by this war by 2030.
There are situations like these happening at all times on earth, but we’re programmed to ignore what happens in the third world. Corruption and religious ethno-nationalism have created and allowed untold atrocities in the name of political illusions and demagoguery,
With the start of Putin’s unforgivable attack on Ukraine, I’m doing everything I can to help people in this country I want to visit so badly. Я з україною.
All proceeds from my music and creative are now going directly to non-profit organizations that support victims of this war.
War in Yemen Reaches Eigth Year
AnIt said some 1.3 million people would die by 2030, and that 70 percent of those deaths would be the result of indirect causes such as loss of livelihoods, rising food prices, and the deterioration of basic services such as health and education. –Aljazeera
The line between “offensive” and “defensive” support is murky, and critics argue even the limited support the US is providing still helps Riyadh carry out its offensive bombing campaign in Yemen. –Alex Ward, Vox