Face to face with the men on EuroMaidan’s barricades (photo journal)

Voices of Ukraine

One cannot use brute force to quell protesters
against a criminal regime.
The spirit and the soul are indestructible and will live forever.

Kiev 10pm, Feb. 1, 2014 Inside one of the hundreds of tents dotted around Independence Square. This man is from the region of Carpathia (600km to the west of Kiev) and has been living in this tent with his friends for 8 weeks. Kiev 10pm, Feb. 1, 2014
Inside one of the hundreds of tents dotted around Independence Square. This man is from the region of Carpathia (600km to the west of Kiev) and has been living in this tent with his friends for 8 weeks.

If a picture tells a thousand words, NY-based social documentary photographer Giles Clarke has created libraries full. From the faces of the victims of the Union Carbide disaster in Bhopal, India to an unprecedented look at those languishing in prison pits for gangs in El Salvador, post-earthquake Haiti, or Occupy Wall Street, he shoots with a keen eye to a forgotten clear humanity in those who have been discarded by the system. In Kyiv, he turned his camera to some intimate insights into those who…

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