Here are new additions to The Best Teaching & Learning Resources About The Russia/Ukraine Conflict:
A historical timeline of post-independence Ukraine is from The PBS NewsHour.
Here is Zelensky’s speech to the Ukrainian and Russian people with English subtitles before war broke out. Worth watching in full: pic.twitter.com/q2bo45Gm0o
— Yair Rosenberg (@Yair_Rosenberg) February 25, 2022
Both Al Jazeera and The NY Times have live interactive maps tracking the Russian invasion.
I'm going to start a thread of these incidents of insidious racism in the media coverage of the Ukrainian crisis, because I've just been seeing so damn many. https://t.co/xKMo2d568s
— S. (@saratu) February 26, 2022
PROTESTS SPREAD IN RUSSIA: Thousands took to the streets to oppose Putin’s invasion, risking beatings and arrests.
“I started feeling shame that I live in Russia,” Fyodor Gurov, 22, said from a police van, where he was being detained.
— Cliff Levy (@cliffordlevy) February 27, 2022