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    • Marching towards freedom
    • Despite the snowy blizzard, protestors are marching towards the Independence Square. They are holding either Yushchenko flags or Ukrainian flags and have orange ribbons attached to their clothing.
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    • This parade was one of the first pictures I saw after arriving in Kiev. In the faces of these people marching through snow and icy air I witnessed determination, calm and strength ready to overcome any obstacle and barrier. I immediately felt the...


    • Orange store fronts
    • Owners of stores, like this one, near or in the Independence Square, decorated their store fronts orange to show that they support Viktor Yushchenko.
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    • "Kuchmizm is me" stickers
    • Stickers sponsored by the organization "PORA"are attached in the shape of the letter "K" onto a bright orange background. It looks like they might spell out Ukraine's former presidents last name "Kuchma." The stickers read "Kuchmizm is me."
    • Sticker reads: кучмізм - це Я
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    • Creative banner of the Orange Revolution
    • This banner illustrates the main point of the revolution, the fact the citizens of Ukraine were pushing for independence from Moscow and Russian in general. A translation would be "A chicken is not a bird just like Moscow is not our capital."
    • Banner reads: Курица - не птица, Москва нам - не столица!
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    • Revolutionary merchandise
    • A small merchandise kiosk with warm hats, scarves, and gloves, as well as, a lot of orange merchandise was set up at Maidan. These kiosks were set up for those who did not anticipate to be out protesting for so long but ended up staying and are...
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    • Maidan behind the scenes
    • Two men are taking a smoke break on Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti. They are wearing layers upon layers of sweaters and jackets as well as hats and gloves to keep themselves warm while they are protesting out on the Independence square. The column to the...
    • Sign reads: Баришівка тут! Баришівка так! Ющенко: Янукович. 77,8:17,5 (на їхньому полі)
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    • Like mother like daughter
    • A mother and her daughter are standing in a room ready to go out on Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti. Both the mother and the daughter have incorporated a lot of orange into their outfits to demonstrate their support for the presidential candidate Viktor...
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    • Anti-Russian propaganda
    • The banner ridicules Russia's overwhelming influence in Ukraine by comparing Moscow to a lame flightless bird like a chicken.
    • Sign reads: Курица - не птица, Москва нам - не столица!
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    • Warm orange gear
    • A small merchandise kiosk with warm hats, scarves, and gloves, as well as, a lot of orange merchandise was set up at Maidan. These kiosks were set up for those who did not anticipate to be out protesting for so long but ended up staying and are...
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    • Daily commotion
    • During the day Maidan was also filled with hundreds of people, preparing for the long night of protesting ahead. Citizens who came to Maidan from different cities in Ukraine made posters, like the one in the picture, to show that the people in...
    • Poster reads: Нововолинськ Так!
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    • Yushchenko banner covered in signatures signifying support
    • A man is signing what looks like a pro-Yushchenko banner. Many other signatures are already on the banner along with some graffiti and names of towns that are announcing their solidarity with the events taking place at Maidan and the Orange...
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    • The Revolution needs its Cossacks
    • A man out at Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti looks like a traditional hero of Ukraine's history, the Cossack. He joined other protestors at Maĭdan to support his motherland as it undergoes the biggest presidential election of its time since becoming an...
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    • Diverse population of protestors
    • Individuals from various cities across the Ukraine traveled to Kiev to participate in the Orange Revolution. Those who came from a different city or country usually made it know to others by either creating posters with the name of the city they...
    • The back of the mans coat reads: Тернопіль
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    • Orange store fronts
    • Owners of stores, like this one, near or in the Independence Square, decorated their store fronts orange to show that they support Viktor Yushchenko.
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    • Like mother like daughter
    • A mother and her daughter are dressed and ready to go protest at Maidan on a cold winter day. The mother is wearing a bright orange scarf with a headband and a ribbon in her hair. The daughter is also wearing the same orange scarf and she is also...
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    • Orange Revolution Participants
    • A woman is using the wall for support while filling out a participant of the Orange Revolution form. The woman behind her is wearing a red coat and a Yushchenko flag around her neck like a scarf.
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