September 26, 2023

Story #115: He Was Dubbed "Tonko" by Everyone

Dedicated to the memory of Canadian volunteer Anthony Ihnat, who helped Ukraine until his last breath.
September 22, 2023

Story #114: Iryna's Recovering Strong After Russian Invaders Shot Her

Iryna Bilotserkovets, a woman, a mother, a surgeon, and a model, is learning to live all over again after being shot in the head by Russian troops.
September 18, 2023

Story #113: Village Chief Sheds Light on Aftermath of Russian Occupation

The head of the Savyntsi military administration, Kharkiv Oblast, describes the devastation caused by Russian occupants there over the course of six months.
September 15, 2023

Story #112: Memoirs of a Tanker

A young commander Yuriy shares a story of a tough battle and his most tragic page of the full-scale war.
September 7, 2023

Story #111. "I Sense His Presence": After Losing Her Son in a Battle, a Mother Establishes a Health Centre for Soldiers

The story of a strong and brave woman who did not despair but founded a medical facility for the military.
September 6, 2023

Story #110. Don't Look Away: Ukrainian Photographer Depicts Wounds of the War

Marta Syrko, a photographer from Lviv, takes pictures of injured Ukrainians, urging people with her photos not to look away from the wounds of war.
September 1, 2023

Story #109. "I Feel Their Fear": Soldier Reflects on How the Full-Scale War Has Changed Him

Arsen, a former teacher and businessman, gave up his established routine for military service, which had already been partly present in his life.
August 25, 2023

Story #108. The History of Bucha: An Activist Documents Russian Atrocities

The tragedy of Bucha through the lens of a civic activist who documented the crimes of the Russian army.
August 24, 2023

The Last Independence Day Before the Full-Scale War: Stories and Memories

Four women reminisce about Ukraine's last pre-war Independence Day, celebrated in 2021, prior to the profound changes ushered in by the full-scale war that followed.
August 17, 2023