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MaydanSF is a platform created by Ukrainians living in the San Francisco Bay Area to support Ukraine in its fight for Democracy, Independence, and Freedom. Our current goal is to help Ukraine stand up to Russian aggression by bringing awareness to people in the SF Bay Area about events in Ukraine, so that we can all support Ukraine together. MaydanSF collects donations and sends help to Ukrainian army. We arrange for the purchase and shipment of needed equipment directly to Ukrainian soldiers and army volunteers. We report all spending and purchases here, on our facebook page. Brave Ukrainian people are fighting for the Country’s freedom now, they need our help.
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MaydanSF added 6 new photos.May 25th, 2016 at 8:30pm
Savchenko is FREE!!!

After almost 2 years of illegal russian jail captivity, Nadiya Savchenko is free, and safely returned to Ukraine today!

Nadiya is a symbol of Ukrainian freedom, she stood strong against a Russian regime that tried to break her through jail isolation and trial humiliation. Not even once she gave up, and would always say in her letters: "With Ukraine in my heart".

Nadiya's heroic struggle prompted so many rallies in her support around the globe. We, San Francisco community, also held many rallies for her. Even though it was only a drop in the ocean, but all the effort, and support of each of you, counts and led to her release today. We had hope she will be FREE one day, and here she is!

Thank you all! Nadiya #Savchenko is finally FREE!
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MaydanSF updated their cover photo.May 25th, 2016 at 12:30am
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MaydanSF shared Ukrainian American Coordinating Council's event.May 19th, 2016 at 4:55pm
Hey Ukrainians and friends of Ukraine living in the Bay Area.

Have you ever heard of Agapius Honcharenko, the First Ukrainian Bay Area Patriot and Exiled Orthodox Priest? Prominent Scholar, Humanitarian, Early Champion of Human Rights, Fighter for the Purchase of Alaska, Publisher, Editor and Writer for the Cause of Freedom!

Thanks to Ukrainian American Coordinating Council you now can learn all about this legendary Ukrainian while taking a beautiful walk in a park "Ukraina" where Agapius is buried with his wife: this Sat, at 11am.

Event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1682294578688989/
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MaydanSFApril 26th, 2016 at 11:15pm
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Chornobyl disaster. Our thoughts are with the brave men and women who lost their lives trying to contain the meltdown at the reactor, and we pray that such terrible accidents will never happen again in the future.

To mark this anniversary, the US today pledged $10 million to help ensure the safety of future generations who live in the affected area. This pledge comes on top of the more than $400 million the US has already committed to the international effort to help #Ukraine restore the site of the accident to an environmentally safe and secure condition. For details, see: http://goo.gl/2ct6Yr
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MaydanSF shared their photo.April 25th, 2016 at 6:05pm
We want to thank everyone who has supported this project and attended the screening yesterday at the San Francisco Public Library. We can't wait to see new films from this young and very talented Ukrainian Film Director, a member of The National Association of Cinematographists of Ukraine and a lecturer on the course of "Film directing" and "TV presenter skills" at the Kyiv National I. K. KARPENKO-KARY Theatre, Cinema and Television University - Iryna Pravylo.

Please support their team by liking "My Childhood" FB page and keep an eye on the progress: https://www.facebook.com/moedytynstvo/?fref=ts

#ukrainiancinema #supportukraine #ukrainianculture
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