Anti-War protestors take the streets of Washington DC in light of recent Russian invasion of Ukraine

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A child holds up a small neon poster written “Stop War.” Right now, Ukrainian children are forced to hide in bomb shelters or make long trips out of the major cities, or even the country, to avoid harm.

On Sunday, February 27th, Webb alumni Stephen Li (‘21), past Chief Editor of Media, attended the anti-war protest in Washington DC. Protestors have marched outside of the White House since the beginning of the Russian invasion, hoping to urge a stronger response from the Biden administration to protect Ukraine and its people.