“Dear PoPville,

Spotted this beautiful floor mural on 18th and Columbia intersection in Adams Morgan. I believe this was created using crayons and stands in solidarity with Ukraine in the face of the ongoing atrocities.”

From Murals of Baltimore IG:

“Again, and as always, our prayers to the people of Ukraine and we hope our small effort here helps in some way.” Read More


“Dear PoPville,

As I head towards one-month at the border, I requested Dan post one more time as I’m seeing changes at the border. The influx of refugees has declined somewhat, and organizations are on the counteroffensive; that is, as resources are available, an increased amount of medical supplies and food items are being delivered as far as the fighting front. Organizations I’ve seen doing the impossible; World Central Kitchen (the sole provider of hot food from the border to the front); (with whom I’m involved, taking medical supplies and food items to hard-hit cities and front lines via a vast network of personal cars); and the, the sole at-the-border pet responsibility entity (rescuing, taking-in and transferring pets). Read More

Impressions of War – exhibition of Ukrainian illustrators:

“In partnership with Pictoric, Ukraine House will host an exhibition titled Impressions of War. It will feature 40 illustrations created by talented Ukrainian artists. We respectfully ask for a $10 suggested donation at entry, all proceeds from the exhibition will go towards humanitarian aid for Ukraine. Exhibition will be open until April 22, Monday-Friday from 9 am to 12 pm. Read More

Thanks to Jessica for sending in the barbies standing with Ukraine.

“Dear PoPville,

I am working with some friends in Tblisi, Georgia who have Ukrainian roots to get medical supplies directly to hospitals in Zhytomyr. It is purely a grass-roots, community-based effort. The GoFundMe campaign, which includes the details on what we are trying to do, is here.”



Photos: Laura Beth Pelner, MVMT Catalyst

Thanks to Heidi for sharing with us:

“I collaborated with Backbone Campaign to project my Stand with Ukraine image on the National Gallery of Art and the Russian Embassy, as part of our public art protest in solidarity with Ukrainian resistance fighters.

Both projections took place on the same day Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky addressed the U.S. Congress asking for support.

To help raise funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine, I’m launching an art fundraiser on my website, with two (so far) sets of limited-edition, signed and numbered, archival art prints for sale. 100% of the profits will go to Sunflower of Peace, a nonprofit organization providing medical and humanitarian aid used by paramedics and doctors in the areas that are affected by the violence in Ukraine. Read More


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