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BY Jafe Arnoldski | Tucson, AZ | 5/27/14
Tucson activists organized a presentation and discussion on the crisis in Ukraine, May 23.
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BY Kait McIntyre | Chicago, IL | 5/14/14
In spite of the coup government in Kiev, an electoral referendum on autonomy saw huge voter turnout in Donetsk and Lugansk in the east of Ukraine.
BY David Hungerford | Newark, NJ | 5/13/14
Some veteran Newark activists set up shop at noon, May 3, on a busy street corner here. They were there to protest against the U.S.-instigated crisis in Ukraine.
Ukraine
BY Jafe Arnoldski | Ukraine | 5/05/14
Thugs of the neo-Nazi political party Right Sector assaulted and set ablaze the House of Trade Unions in Odessa, Ukraine, May 2, murdering dozens and injuring over 200 anti-fascist, anti-coup protesters.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 4/15/14
Under attack from aggressive Ukrainian fascists, 40 anti-war activists held a teach-in here on the unfolding Ukraine crisis and NATO expansion, April 12.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 4/10/14
What the U.S. is doing in the Ukraine is nothing short of criminal. The U.S. is backing outright fascists, in an effort to put the country under the domination of the West.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 3/30/14
Over 30 people attended an educational forum on the current crisis in Ukraine on March 28 at Mayday Books.
BY David Hungerford | Ukraine | 3/27/14
The ongoing turmoil in Ukraine is a threat to world peace. We, the people have no interest in backing the wrongful actions taken in Ukraine by the U.S. government. All U.S. interference in the internal affairs of Ukraine must stop at once!
BY staff | Tucson, AZ | 3/23/14
On the evening of March 14, despite rainy weather, nearly 40 Tucson activists gathered to protest Senator John McCain’s support for terrorism and fascism around the world, particularly in the Ukraine and Venezuela.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 3/23/14
In a rally to mark the International Day Against Fascism and Racism, 35 people stood against a right-wing crowd of more than 100 at the Ukrainian Consulate in Chicago. Chanting, “Obama, McCain, no fascist Ukraine,” the small crowd braved the anger from the Ukrainian nationalists.
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