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BY Frank Chapman | Chicago, IL | 3/22/22
What we are experiencing in this moment of history is not only the potential of World War III, but the unconcealed struggle of U.S. monopoly capitalism to establish its dictatorship internationally.
BY staff | Dallas, Texas | 3/08/22
On March 6, over 30 anti-war protesters showed up at the Grassy Knoll in downtown Dallas to condemn NATO's involvement in Ukraine, its hostility to Russia, and to call for the disbanding of NATO.
BY Cassia Laham | Miami, FL | 3/01/22
Events are unfolding quickly surrounding Ukraine. It is therefore imperative that the anti-war movement in the United States mobilize for peace and against any further possible escalation by the United States. This means demanding: no war with Russia, no to NATO expansion, and no to sanctions.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 2/27/22
Fight Back! News interviewed Meredith Aby-Keirstead, a founding member of the MN Anti-War Committee, on February 27 for her anti-war perspective on the crisis in the Ukraine and the proxy war developing between the U.S./NATO and Russia.
BY Wyatt Miller | Minneapolis, MN | 2/26/22
On February 24, around 30 people demonstrated outside U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar’s office in downtown Minneapolis with signs and banners calling for no war with Russia and an end to U.S. intervention in Ukraine.
Russia, Ukraine
BY Eric Struch | Chicago, IL | 8/31/21
On Sunday, August 29, there was a parade commemorating the 30th anniversary of the "renewed independence" of Ukraine. While this may at first glance seem to be no threat to labor, progressives and anti-racists, the true character of the event is revealed by the Nazi-coded language used in a letter written by the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America inviting other Ukrainian organizations to participate.
fascism, Ukraine
BY staff | Washington D.C. | 2/23/16
On the second anniversary of the neo-Nazi-led turmoil that led to the downfall of Ukraine’s elected government, the U.S. State Department hailed those 2014 events as a “revolution of dignity.”
fascism, Ukraine
BY Joe Iosbaker | Moscow, Russia | 2/24/15
Vanya is a determined boy of nine. He has a competitive streak, especially for races and bike riding. Because of the war being waged on the people in the Eastern Ukraine region called Donbass, he’s become a celebrity. That’s because he survived shells fired by the Ukrainian army that hit his home, although he lost his legs, one of his arms, and his eyesight. His five-year-old brother, Artem, didn’t survive the blast.
BY Joe Iosbaker | Moscow | 2/21/15
On an unseasonably warm weekend, 100,000 Russians marched Feb. 21 on the anniversary of the coup in Kiev last year.
BY staff | Saint Paul, MN | 2/19/15
15 people braved the cold and wind to say no Cold War with Russia and no U.S. weapons to the Ukraine, Feb 18.
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