The school has 65 refugee children enrolled. “The longer they stay in Chicago, they feel torn away from their country,” the principal said.
If they can raise the money, two cooks and two pastors will travel with the vet, Esteban Burgoa, to cook for refugees at the Polish border.
A small gift shop has seen an influx of customers since Russia invaded Ukraine, with people looking for connection and community.
As the war in her home country continues, a WBEZ reporter shares how fear has shaped the lives of her Ukrainian family over generations.
Buildings across Chicago are lighting up in the blue and yellow colors of Ukraine’s flag in a sign of support for the besieged country.
‘The Greeks of Azov Region’ debuts in Chicago as Ukraine’s Greek diaspora is on the brink of extinction
Mariupol now lies mostly in ruins. A documentary premiering at UChicago shows the city’s last moments of freedom.