Ukraine can win this war and you can help

Our aims are:

▪ A sovereign Ukrainian state with territorial integrity and democratic politics.

▪ An enforceable peace settlement to prevent subsequent invasions of Ukraine.

▪ Minimizing loss of life, particularly of civilians, and providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine and support for refugees.

what we are asking for

EXPEDITED MILITARY AID

The Russian military is bombarding residential areas and targeting civilians and evacuation zones. Incompletely or belatedly meeting Ukraine’s military needs increases the risk of a long and bloody war of attrition with high civilian casualties, war crimes, and genocide.

 

▪ Ukraine needs both ground and air-based platforms capable of intercepting or destroying Russian missiles, rockets, and artillery rounds, in addition to pledged aid.

 

▪ The Ukrainian government has also requested the provision of additional weaponry including fighter jets, tanks, and long range weapons systems.

 

▪ The U.S. must work with allies to supply existing systems and open up procurement channels. Joint US-Ukrainian funding and US backfilling would bolster this effort.

SANCTIONS

In addition to general yet severe sanctions on the Russian economy, sanctions should be focused on parallel strategies:

 

Military complex sanctions. Severe sanctions on military technology trade, raw materials, energy, as well as on the financial sector will help incapacitate the Russian war machine. Less than 2% of Russia’s 300+ banks are currently on the U.S. Treasury’s SDN list.

 

Sanctions segmentation. Pre-announced personal sanctions and asset seizures, when paired with clearly articulated methods to avoid sanctions and pathways to defections, can change the Russian elite’s incentive structure and split Putin’s oligarchs and senior officials. 

CHEMICAL WEAPONS PROTECTION

 

The U.S. must articulate specific, proportionate, and severe responses in the event that Russia uses chemical, biological, or nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Additional protective equipment and supplies must be provided.

MEDICAL SUPPLIES

 

Bulk orders (>300,000) of basic individual first aid kits (IFAKs) are the most pressing medical need.

STATE SPONSOR OF TERRORISM

 

The U.S. must designate Russia a State Sponsor of Terrorism.

how you can join us

Contact Politicians

The officials you elected have immense power to help Ukraine win this war and you have the power to ask them for assistance.

 

If you are in the US, you can contact your representatives and senators, as well as the White House.  We have some guides on how to do this, including a sample letter here: US Advocacy Guide

 

If you are outside of the US, the following document provides further information: Global Advocacy Guide

Post to your Social Media

Post to Facebook, Twitter, and other platforms.  Sample messages you can use are available here: Advocacy Messaging

 

We regularly organize collective calls to action such as Twitter storms and telethons.  Sign up for our newsletter below to hear about the next one.

Join a Rally

The following website compiles information on rallies being held around the world: Global Rallies

We also post information on upcoming events on our Facebook page: Razom for Ukraine 

Contact Us

If you’re a community leader or have advocacy expertise, reach out to the team at advocacy@razomforukraine.org.   

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Register now for “Ukrainian Days”!

The first in-person #SupportUkraine “Ukrainian Days” advocacy fete since the pandemic will be held on Thursday and Friday, June 9-10, 2022 in Washington, DC. 

Sponsored by the Ukrainian National Information Service (UNIS), the Washington, DC public affairs bureau of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), this advocacy event remains a very important endeavor for the Ukrainian American community especially given the urgent support needed for Ukraine to defend its territory against invading russian forces. 

Come to Washington DC and advance our community’s concerns in Washington and meet your Members of Congress!

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Register now for “Ukrainian Days”!The firs#supportukrainepportUkraine “Ukrainian Days” advocacy fete since the pandemic will be held on Thursday and Friday, June 9-10, 2022 in Washington, DC. Sponsored by the Ukrainian National Information Service (UNIS), the Washington, DC public affairs bureau of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), this advocacy event remains a very important endeavor for the Ukrainian American community especially given the urgent support needed for Ukraine to defend its territory against invading russian forces. Come to Washington DC and advance our community’s concerns in Washington and meet your Members of Congress!Link to register: fpls.in#RazomforUkrainee#razomadvocacyR#SAVEUKRAINENOW##supportukraineS#StandWithUkrainepportUkraine #StandWithUkraine ... See MoreSee Less

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This Saturday, May 28th at 2pm, Times Square. Show up to stop the global famine! 

War in 🇺🇦 has influenced millions of people on its territories, but the war’s impact does not stop there.

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War in 🇺🇦 is already influencing global food supply chains and bringing the world closer to a food crisis it has never seen before. 

Despite the risks for the humanity, there are politicians and countries, that continue to have business with 🇷🇺. China continues have tight connections with 🇷🇺 while some Western leaders and journalists are pushing 🇺🇦 to stop the war and surrender.

We ask everyone to come to the protest and show the world that the only way to stop the upcoming food catastrophe is to help 🇺🇦 to win the war as soon as possible and isolate 🇷🇺 completely!

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This Saturday, May 28th at 2pm, Times Square. Show up to stop the global famine! War in 🇺🇦 has influenced millions of people on its territories, but the war’s impact does not stop there.🇺🇦 is one of the world leaders in grain export, and is strategically important for global food security. War in 🇺🇦 is already influencing global food supply chains and bringing the world closer to a food crisis it has never seen before. Despite the risks for the humanity, there are politicians and countries, that continue to have business with 🇷🇺. China continues have tight connections with 🇷🇺 while some Western leaders and journalists are pushing 🇺🇦 to stop the war and surrender.We ask everyone to come to the protest and show the world that the only way to stop the upcoming food catastrophe is to help 🇺🇦 to win the war as soon as possible and isolate 🇷🇺 complet#RazomforUkrainek#StandWithUkrainek#SAVEUKRAINENOWi#supportukrainek#StopFamineF#globalfoodsecurityc#razomadvocacyv#razomrallym#NYCy #NYC ... See MoreSee Less

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Друзі, збираю білу тканину (необов'язково нову та не синтетику), старі простині. Хто може домомогти? Звертайтесь в особисті повідомлення.

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Support for Ukraine in the United States is diverse and has touched so many communities. Together - we thank our elected officials for defending democracy by supporting Ukraine in Congress with their votes. Ukraine will win this war with its steadfast support from the U.S.!Дякуємо! Remember to call your Senators to thank them for their vote and support of Ukraine. They will appreciate it, and will be more likely to support Ukraine in the future. Find your Senator here:www.senate.gov/senators/senators-contact.htm#RazomforUkraine #razomadvocacy #supportukraine #SAVEUKRAINENOW #supplyukraine #StandWithUkraine #ThankYouUS ... See MoreSee Less

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Друзі, збираю білу тканину (необов'язково нову та не синтетику), старі простині. Хто може домомогти? Звертайтесь в особисті повідомлення.

On May 19, 2022 the New York Times Editorial Board published an Op-Ed titled The War In Ukraine Is Getting Complicated, And America Isnt Ready. 

Ukrainian Americans, Americans, friends of Ukraine, Ukrainian organizations, and New York Times readers were taken aback by the claims and rhetoric of the op-ed. 

Razom for Ukraine and Kyiv School of Economics, two institutions with an international presence and followings and reputable names in Ukrainian civil society, came together to respond constructively to this startling lean towards appeasement.

Here is our response:

Russia’s unjustified and brutal war against Ukraine has centered the importance of good journalism. And the New York Times newsroom has provided excellent coverage for the duration of the war. On May 19, the newsroom released more footage of an execution in Bucha, providing much-needed evidence of Russian war crimes.

This makes the recent piece released by the New York Times Editorial Board questioning the United States’ readiness to support a Ukrainian victory all the more pronounced. It seems that, again, the New York Times Editorial Board has undermined its own newsroom’s critical reporting with an irresponsible, out-of-touch, and poorly reasoned editorial demonstrating anything but expertise on Ukraine and on Russia’s colonial violence in the region.

The editorial rightly states that “it is the Ukrainians who must make the hard decisions.” Unfortunately, the authors then undercut this call for self-determination by outlining what those decisions should be: concessions of territory to Russia in order to end the war. This is an idea based on the false premise that Russia will honor any sort of ceasefire or security guarantees, and halt atrocities on the territories it controls. Thus, the Editorial Board accepts the horrific, criminal, and genocidal treatment of Ukrainians that will take place on Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine, all in the name of a “negotiated peace.” With Russia’s flagrant violations of the Minsk Agreements as precedent, this “peace” would in fact condemn Ukraine to a permanent state of war. The Board claims to support the message that, no matter how long it takes, Ukraine will be free. But if all of Ukraine is not free, Ukraine is not free.

In the face of an equivocating dictator with no regard for diplomatic efforts—and an army that continues to slaughter, terrorize, and rape civilians of all ages—Ukrainians have made the “difficult decision” to fight and defend their homeland and the values we in the West hold as our birthright. It remains unclear on what grounds the Editorial Board envisions a negotiated settlement with a despot, war criminal, fascist, and “butcher” (in the words of the editorial itself)—who regularly calls Ukraine statehood a fiction. The repeated insinuations that Ukraine will have to make “hard decisions” and make the “painful territorial” concessions that these would demand are head-scratching, not least because the Board, in the very same piece, (aptly) identifies Putin as an “aggrieved, volatile despot who has shown little inclination toward a negotiated settlement.”

And so, if we heed the paternalistic calls of the Board to “shake off the euphoria” and stop “chasing” a win, what does that look like for the millions of Ukrainians who are and will be living under a brutal Russian occupation with genocidal intent? 

The editorial itself is rife with poor reasoning and contradictions. But the insidious insinuations are of particular concern and damage. Continued support of Ukraine allegedly carries “extraordinary costs and serious dangers,” and yet the dangers enumerated—a threatful Russia grasping at straws—persist and endanger more without Western resolve to help Ukraine defend itself. Any attempt of appeasement, by that or any other name, bears “extraordinary costs and serious dangers” when the receiving end is a fascist regime by every possible metric. We have, unfortunately, amassed a large “dataset” specific to what that may look like, what happens when the West bargains with Putin’s aggression. In each instance, we embalm a war. In each instance, we get a more serious, more brazen instance of violence and war that follows.

The Board presents itself as a group of journalists whose views are informed by expertise. But Ukrainians are all too familiar with people who claim expertise on Ukraine based on years in Moscow bureaus and degrees in Russian studies. Too many experts on Russia, many of whom have rebranded themselves as Ukraine experts, see Ukraine as a subsection of their fields, claiming to know Ukraine because they know Russia. This is the root of the problem. You cannot see Ukraine from Moscow.

In characterizing a Ukrainian victory as unrealistic and the amassing Ukrainian successes as “stunning,” the Board shows its own misguided character. For those who keep their eye on Moscow and have only seen Ukraine on the periphery, Ukrainian resolve, victory in an entire theater of war, and continuing successes at pushing back an invasion on a scale not seen since the Second World War have, no doubt, been surprising and unbelievable. But—to Ukrainians, to those Western analysts that forewent colonial and imperial frameworks for understanding Eastern Europe and those formerly under Soviet domination, to those of us that see Ukraine as a truly independent and dignified people and not a mere vector of Russian power projections—Ukrainian successes do not come as a surprise. And we know that, with the necessary support from the United States, Europe, and the international community, Ukraine will win this war.

Ukraine has made the “hard decision” to oppose the extermination of its people in Russian-occupied territories and to fight for all its freedom and all its people. US support, whether extended or not, will not prevent Ukraine from negotiating a peace if it ever became an option. But it will determine whether Ukraine has what it needs to keep fighting for what Ukrainians deserve and what we believe in. It’s now up to us to make sure we support them in this.

https://www.razomforukraine.org/the-war-in-ukraine-is-not-complicated-a-response-to-the-nyt-editorial-board/

#RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #KyivSchoolOfEconomics #NewYorkTimes #NYTEditorial #StandWithUkraine #SaveUkraineNow #BraveLikeUkraine

On May 19, 2022 the New York Times Editorial Board published an Op-Ed titled "The War In Ukraine Is Getting Complicated, And America Isn't Ready." Ukrainian Americans, Americans, friends of Ukraine, Ukrainian organizations, and New York Times readers were taken aback by the claims and rhetoric of the op-ed. Razom for Ukraine and Kyiv School of Economics, two institutions with an international presence and followings and reputable names in Ukrainian civil society, came together to respond constructively to this startling lean towards appeasement.Here is our response:Russia’s unjustified and brutal war against Ukraine has centered the importance of good journalism. And the New York Times newsroom has provided excellent coverage for the duration of the war. On May 19, the newsroom released more footage of an execution in Bucha, providing much-needed evidence of Russian war crimes.This makes the recent piece released by the New York Times Editorial Board questioning the United States’ readiness to support a Ukrainian victory all the more pronounced. It seems that, again, the New York Times Editorial Board has undermined its own newsroom’s critical reporting with an irresponsible, out-of-touch, and poorly reasoned editorial demonstrating anything but expertise on Ukraine and on Russia’s colonial violence in the region.The editorial rightly states that “it is the Ukrainians who must make the hard decisions.” Unfortunately, the authors then undercut this call for self-determination by outlining what those decisions should be: concessions of territory to Russia in order to end the war. This is an idea based on the false premise that Russia will honor any sort of ceasefire or security guarantees, and halt atrocities on the territories it controls. Thus, the Editorial Board accepts the horrific, criminal, and genocidal treatment of Ukrainians that will take place on Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine, all in the name of a “negotiated peace.” With Russia’s flagrant violations of the Minsk Agreements as precedent, this “peace” would in fact condemn Ukraine to a permanent state of war. The Board claims to support the message that, no matter how long it takes, Ukraine will be free. But if all of Ukraine is not free, Ukraine is not free.In the face of an equivocating dictator with no regard for diplomatic efforts—and an army that continues to slaughter, terrorize, and rape civilians of all ages—Ukrainians have made the “difficult decision” to fight and defend their homeland and the values we in the West hold as our birthright. It remains unclear on what grounds the Editorial Board envisions a negotiated settlement with a despot, war criminal, fascist, and “butcher” (in the words of the editorial itself)—who regularly calls Ukraine statehood a fiction. The repeated insinuations that Ukraine will have to make “hard decisions” and make the “painful territorial” concessions that these would demand are head-scratching, not least because the Board, in the very same piece, (aptly) identifies Putin as an “aggrieved, volatile despot who has shown little inclination toward a negotiated settlement.”And so, if we heed the paternalistic calls of the Board to “shake off the euphoria” and stop “chasing” a win, what does that look like for the millions of Ukrainians who are and will be living under a brutal Russian occupation with genocidal intent? The editorial itself is rife with poor reasoning and contradictions. But the insidious insinuations are of particular concern and damage. Continued support of Ukraine allegedly carries “extraordinary costs and serious dangers,” and yet the dangers enumerated—a threatful Russia grasping at straws—persist and endanger more without Western resolve to help Ukraine defend itself. Any attempt of appeasement, by that or any other name, bears “extraordinary costs and serious dangers” when the receiving end is a fascist regime by every possible metric. We have, unfortunately, amassed a large “dataset” specific to what that may look like, what happens when the West bargains with Putin’s aggression. In each instance, we embalm a war. In each instance, we get a more serious, more brazen instance of violence and war that follows.The Board presents itself as a group of journalists whose views are informed by expertise. But Ukrainians are all too familiar with people who claim expertise on Ukraine based on years in Moscow bureaus and degrees in Russian studies. Too many experts on Russia, many of whom have rebranded themselves as Ukraine experts, see Ukraine as a subsection of their fields, claiming to know Ukraine because they know Russia. This is the root of the problem. You cannot see Ukraine from Moscow.In characterizing a Ukrainian victory as unrealistic and the amassing Ukrainian successes as “stunning,” the Board shows its own misguided character. For those who keep their eye on Moscow and have only seen Ukraine on the periphery, Ukrainian resolve, victory in an entire theater of war, and continuing successes at pushing back an invasion on a scale not seen since the Second World War have, no doubt, been surprising and unbelievable. But—to Ukrainians, to those Western analysts that forewent colonial and imperial frameworks for understanding Eastern Europe and those formerly under Soviet domination, to those of us that see Ukraine as a truly independent and dignified people and not a mere vector of Russian power projections—Ukrainian successes do not come as a surprise. And we know that, with the necessary support from the United States, Europe, and the international community, Ukraine will win this war.Ukraine has made the “hard decision” to oppose the extermination of its people in Russian-occupied territories and to fight for all its freedom and all its people. US support, whether extended or not, will not prevent Ukraine from negotiating a peace if it ever became an option. But it will determine whether Ukraine has what it needs to keep fighting for what Ukrainians deserve and what we believe in. It’s now up to us to make sure we support them in this.www.razomforukraine.org/the-war-in-ukraine-is-not-complicated-a-response-to-the-nyt-editorial-board/#RazomForUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #KyivSchoolOfEconomics #NewYorkTimes #NYTEditorial #StandWithUkraine #SaveUkraineNow #BraveLikeUkraine ... See MoreSee Less

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Outstanding response! Thank you, Razom and KSE!!👏👏🇺🇦

"Ukraine has made the “hard decision” to oppose the extermination of its people in Russian-occupied territories and to fight for all its freedom and all its people. US support, whether extended or not, will not prevent Ukraine from negotiating a peace if it ever became an option. But it will determine whether Ukraine has what it needs to keep fighting for what Ukrainians deserve and what we believe in. It’s now up to us to make sure we support them in this."

Thanks for this- it’s absolutely brilliant, and hits all the issues straight on. Those of us who deeply love Ukraine were shouting in rage while reading this poorly-reasoned piece. And I’ve had it with the “sky might be falling crowd,” who in the middle of great success by the valiant Ukrainian Army will look and say “well yes, now they’re succeeding. But maybe they won’t in the future,” More pathetic Western hand-wringing, instead of standing up for what’s RIGHT! Слава Україні!

Strong and such needed response. As a subscriber of NY Times, I will monitor closely their response and what they write again on Ukraine.

The editorial was naive and insulting. Great response, Razom.

Clearly the Op-Ed was written by people sitting in an office IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA where they aren't directly subject to the brutality of a conflict imposed on them due to no fault of their own.

Great response. I canceled my subscription to the NY Times telling them that I cannot support a publication that supports genocide

I completely agree with this response to the NYT editorial. In the very same section of the paper they also published a great piece by Timothy Snyder where he argues there should be no appeasement.

Thank you for this brilliant response. The NYT should print it in its entirety. Their editorial was deeply disturbing. Needless to say I did not share it. But I sharing your response.

Ukraine needs to go back to the way it was on Feb 23, Otherwise Russia wins!

I know nothing about politics but I do know about Evil in this world and what is happening in the Ukraine is pure Evil. I pray that good will win. Glory to the Ukraine

Outstanding response! Unfortunately, a lot of people need much larger shock than Mariupol and Bucha in order to not wanting to return to business as usual. "Ideally", these people must receive a jolt weekly in order to understand that giving up territories a little bit, and a little bit, and a little bit again does not stop a fascist.

NY Times is a morally bankrupt organization. They couldn't pay me to read their dreck.

Thank you for sharing your excellent response. I hope the NYT has the wisdom and humility to publish it. Slava Ukraini 💙🙏💛

I totally agree! This an existential threat to Ukraine that has existed since Ukraine was born. The Time is now for Russia to suffer defeat otherwise Russia will persist in gaining territories. Russia is a dictatorship that exists through fear and dominance and nobody in their right mind wants to live under an oppressive regime that sucks the life out of your very existence. Glory to Ukraine!

Brilliantly and eloquently written! NYT editorial board, go do the same as the russian warship!

Stand with Ukraine 💙💛☮️🌻

Thank you for responding. I hear more people repeating New York Times like rhetoric and it's appalling.

Well said… God Speed Save Ukraine 🇺🇦

Great job in responding. One objection, the praise for the NYT. I’m not a subscriber for many reasons, this now being another. Thank you for the enlightenment with your important response, and that you for taking the time to do so. More should do the same. Not enough challenging of these stories. Needed more now than ever.

Excellent response! We must support Ukraine against the unlawful invasive war by Russia.

You cannot negotiate with a bully who does not honor his promises and treaties. To let Putin have an inch of Ukrainian land is to enable his aggression and set up Ukraine for continued horrors from Russia. The only way to help Ukraine is to help them expel the invaders from all their land, including Crimea and the Donbas and Luhansk regions.

Thank you for saying what needs to be said! No, it needs to be screamed from every rooftop. Get your heads out of the sand, editors, go stay in Ukraine for a few days and then tell us your conclusions. Let’s not forget the last “ great dictator” and how well concessions worked out for the world.

The will and the wish of the Ukranians should be respected.

The Ukrainians VOTED to fight and not give up a single centimeter before the invasion began.

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The Razom Lounge @ St. Georges Ukrainian Festival on 7th St is back!

Find the famous Razom yellow couch on 7th Street and join Razom volunteers to...
Learn more about the Razom Emergency Response Project
Speak to Razom volunteers about their work and how to get involved
Donate to help Ukraine now
Learn about contemporary Ukrainian culture and people
Call your government reps to make sure theyre supporting Ukraine
...and much more! 🙂

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The Razom Lounge @ St. George's Ukrainian Festival on 7th St is back!Find the famous Razom yellow couch on 7th Street and join Razom volunteers to...Learn more about the Razom Emergency Response ProjectSpeak to Razom volunteers about their work and how to get involvedDonate to help Ukraine nowLearn about contemporary Ukrainian culture and peopleCall your government reps to make sure they're supporting Ukraine...and much more! 🙂Ласкаво просимо!#razomlounge #RazomforUkraine #razomvolunteers #ukrainianfestivalnyc #RazomInforms #RazomEvents #razomadvocacy #RazomEmergencyResponse #RazomCulture ... See MoreSee Less

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Valeria Roshkovan

This weekend, we marched in #timessquare, demanding to #extractsoldiersfromazovstal and evacuate the people of Mariupol. Powerful photos courtesy of rally-regular and photographer AJ Stetson.#SaveAzovStal #SaveMariupol #RazomforUkraine #razomrally #StandWithUkraine #SAVEUKRAINENOW #helpukraine #razomadvocacy ... See MoreSee Less

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А де взнавати коли на Манхеттені мітинги ?

🙏💙🇺🇦🌻🇺🇦💙🙏

💙💛🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦🇺🇦 Слава Украіні ! Слава ЗСУ ! #genocideforukrainianpeople #PutinWarCriminal #StopRussianAggression #foxchannelnews #NewYorkTimes #BBC #CNN #NATO

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The Razom Advocacy Team is monitoring closely the advancement of the Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act in the amount of $39 billion.

This is where we need your help!

The Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act will be up for a vote in the Senate soon and we want to make sure Senators know how their constituents - YOU - feel about passing the bill.  

Click here to find out why this bill is important and needs your support: https://fb.watch/d1yi_Kh3HC/

And click here to find out how to call your Senators and what to say to them: https://www.razomforukraine.org/emergency-supplemental-for-ukraine/

 Lets help Ukraine win the war, together.

#RazomForUkraine #SaveUkraineNow #StandWithUkraine #RazomAdvocacy #SupportUkraine

The Razom Advocacy Team is monitoring closely the advancement of the Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act in the amount of $39 billion.This is where we need your help!The Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act will be up for a vote in the Senate soon and we want to make sure Senators know how their constituents - YOU - feel about passing the bill. Click here to find out why this bill is important and needs your support: fb.watch/d1yi_Kh3HC/And click here to find out how to call your Senators and what to say to them: www.razomforukraine.org/emergency-supplemental-for-ukraine/ Let's help Ukraine win the war, together.#RazomforUkraine #SAVEUKRAINENOW #StandWithUkraine #razomadvocacy #supportukraine ... See MoreSee Less

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Go to the polls snd vote OUT all Those who voted for this package

Can’t wait to find out who’s getting rich through this.

We need to quit financing the war

Find out if Ukraine is recieving all this money we are sending!!

Stop the insanity and take care of America first!

Help are own country first let Ukraine use the money that they are laundering

We are thirty trillion in debt now. We don’t have 40 billion to give away with no oversight or accountability.

We have already given enough money to buy the country. It’s our turn now. We have a lot of unsolved problems! NO. on the vote. We can’t afford it!!

Apparently we have different opinions on sending 39,000 million dollars to a foreign country when Americans are struggling here at home!!!!!

We need those millions to address our own fight at the border!

Any oversight on how that money is to be spent. I'll bet not.

Say no to more wasted money give me a tax break so I can live

No money for child traffickers, drug cartels and massive illegal money laundering in Ukraine going to corrupt deep pockets. Anyone voting for this crap is a criminal and should be arrested.

I stand with Ukraine.but as an American we can't keep sending money are people here that need help.

Then it would be Appropriate to be Called United States of Ukraine (Highjacked is Highjacked)…⚖️🤔🇺🇸

Last I read they said only 3 leaders don’t want global reset the way it’s heading. Those 3 are Putin, Netanyahu and Trump.

My Dear Mother use to say” CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME!!! We cannot give away, something we do not have!!! Let’s take care of our own first!!!

Be sure to read down til William Alexander’s comment using documents you can click on and read its mind boggling and not what you think

ukraine has been under siege for 8 years where were you when Zalensky was FREE • to bomb the Donbass? • torture of eat Ukrainians • burning them alive • build war crime bio weapons labs • bribe hunter biden, • cowtow to JoePedo, • ignor referendums, • cancel 11 policital parties, • deny native language? • Step back and look at Putin and Ukraine. He seized the nuclear power station, the biggest in Europe, but he did not shut it down. • He did not knock out the communications and • he did not attack the water supply. All of that PROVES he had no intention of conquering Ukraine, but he was in fact defending the separation of Donbas. you are on the wrong side of right

they better not pass any more of the Ukraine bs

YOU THINK THEY CARE? HELP AMERICANS WILL YA?

Someone’s palm is being greased on this one.

10% for the big guy.

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Today is a good day to boycott business with russia!Head to this link for detailed instructions: www.razomforukraine.org/boycott-business-with-russia/Here's the run down:Razom is proud to be part of the effort for more transparency – we joined the Ukrainian American Bar Association, and Natalie Jaresko (former Minister of Finance of Ukraine) in submitting The Russia Disclosure rulemaking petition to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission requiring US public companies to disclose their business with/within russia and Belarus. This proposal, if adopted, will provide critical information for investors, who may prefer to distance themselves from the financing of war crimes entirely, and also evaluate the risks of further sanctions, boycotts, reputational/ESG risks, and increased costs stemming from continued operation in russia. CALL TO ACTION: You can help make this common-sense disclosure a reality with ~10 minutes of your time:1. SEND A LETTER TO THE SEC: Email a note explaining why you support the proposed Russia Disclosure to rule-comments@sec.gov. The subject line of your message MUST include the 4-784 file number for the petition. Ok to attach a PDF.2. WRITE TO YOUR SENATORS / CONGRESS REPS (or better call them) - Request/suggest that they: (A) Send a letter to the SEC in support of the Russia Disclosure Petition 4-784, and (B) Support or co-sponsor “H.R.7228 Reveal Risky Russia Business Act” introduced by Rep. Ritchie Torres (D-NY) on March 24 or introduce their own bill.3. SHARE THIS WITH YOUR NETWORK on social media. Tag political and civic leaders, and journalists who can help raise awareness.4. Write letters to companies remaining in russia on Yale russia list, corporate emails are listed here emailcon#razomadvocacym#BoycottRussiaa#boycottbusinesswithrussiaB#RazomforUkrainea#SAVEUKRAINENOWn#StandWithUkraine #supportukrainen#stoprussiakraine #StopRussia ... See MoreSee Less

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Any chance someone could post a legible copy of the fliers with the codes? … one code for the Yale list, the other for the SEC petition. I’m attending an event this Sunday and would like to distribute. Thank you!

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how can we convince polite NPR liberals to purchase more Azov Battalion hoodies off of Amazon?

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