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    • Crowd viewing speaker on jumbotron
    • Crowd gathers to view and listen to a speaker on a pro-Yushchenko marked jumbotron in wintery weather.
    • Area to the left of the screen reads" "Так Ющенко" Area above the screen reads: "Ющенко-за народі народ- за Ющенко"
    • Bujak's comment: The flat screens were financed by oligarchs. Another system of dispensing information.


    • Maidan Knight
    • A person dressed in a yellow knight costume stands on the Maidan square early in the morning. Some dedicated protestors are already up with coffee in their hands preparing for another long day at Maidan. A board in the background is plastered with...
    • Board reads: Это наша с тобой биография
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    • Lviv supports Yushchenko
    • Protestors from the Ukrainian city Lviv came out to Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti to show that Lviv is for Yushchenko. All of them have incorporated some type of orange into their outfits. One of the guys is wearing an orange scarf with the word "Lviv"...
    • Jacket reads: Буськ ТАК! Ющенко Львів
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    • Signs supporting Kiev
    • Protestors from different parts of the country created posters and planted them in the middle of Maidan demonstrating their support for Kiev and the Orange Revolution. An orange balloon in the shape of a bunny is seen attached to one of the signs...
    • Pink sign reads: Бандерштаб за Київ
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    • Signs and banners in the tent city on Khreshchatyk
    • Posters and banners announcing support for Yushchenko from various cities across Ukraine are displayed along the barricades of the tent city on Khreshchatyk. One of the protesters, in a yellow jacket, yellow gloves, and a fur cap with ear flaps is...
    • Posters and banners read (from left to right): "Нова Одеса Так!" (New Odesa Yes!), "Нова Одеса за Ющенко" (Nova Odesa for Yushchenko), "Первомайщина за Ющенка!" (Pervomaisk region for Yushchenko), and "Первомайськ Миколаївська обл. Так! За Ющенка"...
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    • Revolutionaries ready for a day of protesting
    • Yushchenko protestors are conversing amongst each other while getting ready for another day at Maidan. In the back, one of the protestors is holding a Yushchenko flag and another is holding up a sign with the area of where they are from written on...
    • Sign reads: Бучач: с. Озеряни
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    • Statue of the Brothers and Sister Who Founded Kiev
    • Statue of the Brothers and Sister Who Founded Kiev with three attached signs made by Yushennko supporters. The sign in front reads: "Roman Siradchuk supports Yushennko". Another sign made by supporters from Kam'ianitsa, a Ukrainian city, reads:...
    • Signs read: "Роман Сидарчук за Ющенко", "Так! Кам'яниця Ющенко!"
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    • Protesters mingling outside the Central Terminal
    • Yushchenko and Yanukovych supporters are mingling outside of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station, at the left wing of the Central Terminal. A man in the red jacket is holding a long poll with an orange flag in support of Yushchenko. Next to him, a...
    • The orange Yushchenko flags read: Вiрю Знаю Можемо. Так! (I believe, I know, we can. Yes!) The blue and white Yanukovych flags read: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004" (For Yanukovych! The choice for 2004.) The аrcade sign reads: "Гральнi автомати". The...
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    • People's defense registration
    • Young male protesters are standing outside of a post office window and holding a sign announcing registration for people's defense units per the decree of the Committee of National Salvation. The sign includes a hand-drawn orange Yushchenko logo...
    • The sign reads: "Запис до загонів -народної оборони- за Декретом Комітету Національного порятунку. Майдан Незалежності, вул. Грінченка 1, 3-й поверх." and includes the letters "ДНД". An orange sticker affixed to the sign reads: "Свободу не...
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    • Playing chess on snow
    • Two snow-covered men are playing chess in the middle of the night. One of them holds a pole with an orange flag, another protester wears a yellow neckerchief. There is a tent city behind them. The sign on the chest of the man on the right reads...
    • The sign reads: "Tak!"
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    • Protesters walking near the tent city in front of subway station
    • Protesters are walking around the tent city in front of a subway station on Khreschatyk street. Some of the protesters wear orange ribbons on their arms and necks. Others wear an orange rain coat in support of Yushchenko's party. The signs on the...
    • The signs read: "Львiв Tопольна Сихiв", "Львiв дякуе Киянам", "Ющенко - за народ! Народ - за Ющенка!"
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    • Protesters from Orativs'kyi district
    • Two protesters from Orativs'kyi district, one of the regions of Vinnytsia Oblast located in southwestern Ukraine, are standing in front of their sign. One of the protestors smokes a cigarette and wears a warm fur hat. Another protester wears a hat...
    • The signs read: "Оратiвський район", "Гала радiо - за чеснi вибори", "Молодежь ведет к победе".
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    • Tent city on Maidan
    • There is a military style tent city in the middle of Khreschatyc Street. There is nobody in front of the tent city except one protester in orange jacket. The blue sign on the building reads "Post Office". Another sign in the middle of the building...
    • The signs read: "Поштамт", "Аптека".
    • Bujak’s comment: "Military style tents, terrible weather: rain, freezing".


    • Protesters on Maidan at night
    • Protesters from Netishyn, a city in the west of Ukraine, are standing on Maidan in the middle of the nighttime. Several signs are tied to the iron fence. The sign on the left reads KHAES (the Khmelnytskyi Nuclear Power Plant located in Netishyn)....
    • The signs read: "Хаес", "Нетiшин", "Свобода Демократii".
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    • Tent city on Maidan at night
    • Several young protesters, students from Kiev National Economic University, are hanging out near their tent at night. Several signs and Ukrainian flags are behind the tent. The big orange sign attached to the tree reads: "Tak! Yushchenko". Another...
    • The signs reads: "Так! Ющенко", "КНЕУ", "Рівне Кузнецовськ".
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    • Accordion player
    • A crowd, accompanied by an accordion player, engaging in a song. Many are wearing some kind of Yushchenko paraphernalia to demonstrate their support. One man is wearing a sticker that says "You can't stop freedom," another famous slogan used by...
    • The sticker reads: Свободу не спинити
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    • Accordion player
    • A crowd, accompanied by an accordion player, engaging in a song. Many are wearing some kind of Yushchenko paraphernalia to demonstrate their support. One man is wearing a sticker that says "You can't stop freedom" another famous slogan used by...
    • The sticker reads: Свободу не спинити.
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    • Yanukovych and Yushchenko supporters conversing on Suvorov Street
    • Yanukovych and Yushchenko supporters are mingling outside of the Pechersk District Administration at 15 Suvorov Street. In the foreground, a young Yanukovych supporter with a Ukrainian flag draped around the shoulders is waving a blue and white...
    • Yanukovych flags read: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004".
    • Bujak's comment: Yanukovych and Yushchenko supporters conversing.


    • Peaceful Revolution
    • A family supporting Yushchenko brought their daughter to Maidan. Standing in a sea of protestors the father is holding up his daughter and a flag with one hand while making a peace sign with another. A Jumbotron is blurred but can be seen in the...
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    • The appearance of children at the Liberty Square in Kiev meant happy ending and peaceful victory of the Orange Revolution. It is the presence of the children in the public space that shows us how important the methods of our fight are.


    • Protestors taking a break from Maidan activities.
    • Group of protestors standing out at Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti. During the times when there were no speakers and demonstrations, protestors took their time to converse with one another and text or call their families.
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