Artists have created drawings for each of the letters of the alphabet matched to the Ukrainian revolutionary theme. The book, ‘Revolt Alphabet,’ is set to be published soon. All money from its sales will be given to the the families of those who died on the barricades.
This also applies to T-shirts carrying the imprint, ‘Revolt Alphabet.’ Sales proceeds will be given to the families. Continue reading
[EuromaidanPR note: The following story is reprinted from the Facebook page of Roman Torgovitsky, Moscow-born and raised graduate of Harvard University and anti-Putin activist, who was arrested last Sunday, May 11, for his protest during the concert of famous Russian conductor and violinist, Vladimir Spivakov, at Harvard University. Mr. Torgovitsky was charged with “disorderly conduct” (this was later dismissed by the court), as well as given a verbal “no trespass” order by the Harvard University police, which prohibits him from entering the University property and does not have any time limitations on it.]
Let’s play a game of “what if.” It’s 1942, Germany is occupying half of Europe and exterminating ethnic minorities, and your childhood hero – a famous Austrian conductor Herbert Von Karajan, now allegedly a member of Nazi party, is coming to Harvard to give a concert.