Let’s Talk About Ukraine by the Forward

Let’s Talk About Ukraine

Image by Anya Ulinich

Despite rising death tolls, no one seems to care about Ukraine anymore. In her graphic essay, Anya Ulinich remembers her childhood trips to Donetsk and reflects on the war’s impact on her family.

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Anya Ulinich

Anya Ulinich

Anya Ulinich is the Forward’s Contributing Art Critic.

Let’s Talk About Ukraine

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