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November 28, 2004

Art for Democray


by Maia, at House of the Dog


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Praying for you, that peace would reign and that level heads and calm would prevail. Asking God to keep you safe and to bestow wisdom when it is needed. Sending love, thoughs, prayers and attention...

Posted by: Jan at November 29, 2004 03:53 AM

Fox News just showed footage of vote fraud in Ukraine. Do you have any info on this footage?

Posted by: Samantha at November 29, 2004 05:22 PM

Hey Tulipgirl!
Freedom for Ukraine indeed. And we get to watch it. I was downtown tonight and saw that energy is waning a little bit, but people still seem determined to stick it out. What a privalege to see these days. Hang in there and keep up the good reporting with hubby. You guys are incredible.

Posted by: Laura at November 29, 2004 06:25 PM

Tulip, Thanks for all of the updates. I like the new look too. What a fascinating time this is. Courage and covering to you and your family.

Posted by: Ben at November 29, 2004 07:56 PM

I too, have created some artwork inspired by the orange revolution!

Posted by: Angel at November 29, 2004 08:32 PM

Those are really wonderful paintings Angel! They put my quick little sketch to shame. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ukrainians as they stand together and refuse to be victimized yet again. Democracy for Ukraine!

Posted by: Maia at November 29, 2004 10:13 PM

Maia - your work is beautiful! The struggle for freedom touches me deeply and my thoughts and wishes are always with the people! Thank you for sharing your artwork!

Posted by: Angel at November 30, 2004 03:07 PM

Those are really wonderful paintings Angel! Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ukrainians as they stand together and refuse to be victimized yet again.

Posted by: J. Thomas at December 17, 2004 06:28 AM

We view the gathering as an opportunity to (1) discuss and demonstrate our work with each other, and (2) decide what next steps we want to take individually or collectively.Realizing that it is the young people in our nation who will carry on the pursuit of democracy and that “who” attends the gathering will be as important as “what” takes place, we have agreed to especially encourage the attendance of people under 30 years of age.

Posted by: John at December 21, 2004 11:50 AM

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