This is a heart-wrenching account of brutality and neglect, the lack of water and food, danger in leaving and coming to Rubizhne. It generally corresponds with what I heard from the people of Lugansk at the shelter where there were 350 people who had escaped as their homes were bombed by tanks. They were totally dependent on the humanitarian aid of food and water to survive and the protection of the military to stay alive. However, they all said it was the Ukrainian military — not the Russian military — that shot into their homes with guns and tanks; that abandoned them with no food, water, or transportation. In fact, if not for the protection of the Russian soldiers they would not have survived. American Rise Above Movement (RAM) members came to Ukraine to ‘learn how to create youth forces in the ways Azov has’… RAM members participated in and helped organize the August 11, 2017, Unite the Right riot of neo-Nazis in Charlottesville, North Carolina, where Heather Heyer was killed by a white supremacist driving into the counter-protest she participated in.