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Voices from Mariupol, Ukraine, where 300,000 civilians are under siege


Voices from Mariupol, Ukraine, where 300,000 civilians are under siege

We cannot look away from the reality of these horrors. We must heed the pleas of the besieged population of Mariupol before it is too late.

Erica Glenn

Opinion Contributor

The author of this article, Erica Glenn, is a Fulbright scholar who was to conduct research in Ukraine this spring. Due to the war, she was reassigned to Poland.

After posting about the war on Facebook on March 2, my friend Anya fell silent. Just like his city, Mariupol, a place I once called home.

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