Stand With Belarus
Residents of Zialiony Bor are in solidarity with a resident of “Pirs” apartment complex, who was arrested and sentenced to 15 days in jail for having white-red-white flag on his balcony
he director of the physics and mathematics at gymnasium №50 was fired. The school is one of the best in Minsk. According to NashaNiva, the deputy directors also left in solidarity. In the fall teachers of the gymnasium made a statement condemning the falsifications and lawlessness.
Nadzeya Astapchuk [famous Belarusian shot putter] placed her gold medal of the 2005 European Indoor Athletics Championships on auction to support the Belarusian Sport Solidarity Foundation (@BSSFofficial) and help repressed athletes
More on eBay http://tinyurl.com/7t2wfmje
The regime initiated a criminal case against ByPol, an independent organization which leaks information about law enforcement officers. To remind you, not a single criminal case initiated about torture in prisons. [Put your sound on] Here is an example what was happening in prisons in August
Fun Fact: The Belarusian People’s Republic was declared on March 9, 1918, in Minsk by the members of the Executive Committee of the First All-Belarusian Congress; two weeks later, on March 25, 1918, the BNR proclaimed its independence. Photo: Minsk, 1918.
Solidarity with Belarusian women who were jailed for standing up and having an opinion/view that is different than Lukashenka’s by residents of Bremen
New art work related to Belarus protests: Belarusian people, fight and become free! – 25.03 [Freedom Day] by Yanka Kupala
Child photo of Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya during one of her trips to Ireland. Catholic theologian David Dean, who lived with her during her trips to Ireland under the Chernobyl Lifeline program, said that already then Sviatlana she was a leader for Belarusian children.
Belarusian president-elect Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya met with a Belarusian diaspora in Lisbon, Portugal. She thanked everyone for the support and solidarity that people show from abroad and mentioned new Belarusians saying “we didn’t know each other before this summer”
“We will always remember the year that changed all of us. Events that made us unite and fight for our future. As well, we will remember people who have became symbols of struggle and examples of courage” – Belarusian diaspora in Lithuania
An evening story with a good ending: Someone broke a back window of a car in Minsk. Most likely because the owner had Pahonia sticker on it. In a local chat the owner shared the story and residents chipped in for the repair.
For those who doesn’t know what is Pahonia
Pahonia is the historical coat of arms of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania. Used to be an official emblem of Belarusian People’s Republic in 1918 and Belarus (1991-1995). Today it is the emblem of several cities in Belarus,