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The world has been inspired by the depth of resistance and resilience in Ukraine. Join us for an online conversation with Monitor editors and reporters who have been covering the conflict from the ground in Ukraine to take a closer look at the war and how Ukrainians are rising to the occasion.

Finding Resilience in Ukraine

Few in Ukraine – or Russia – foresaw President Volodymer Zelenskyy’s heroic response to the Russian invasion. His stand against overwhelming numbers of invading troops has inspired Ukrainians and sparked unprecedented support worldwide.

Want to dive deeper into Ukraine’s response to the Russian assault? Interested in exploring how people and countries around the world are showing support? Curious how the Monitor is covering this challenge to democracy and global peace? Wondering what you can do to help?

Don’t miss our online Community Connect event next week on Thursday, March 24. We’ll explore these questions and more. If you have specific questions that you’d like our reporters to consider during the event, email us at events@csmonitor.com.

WHO:
Mark Sappenfield, Editor, The Christian Science Monitor
Amelia Newcomb, Managing Editor, The Christian Science Monitor
Martin Kuz, Monitor West Coast Correspondent
Scott Peterson, Monitor Middle East Bureau Chief

WHEN:
Thursday, March 24 at 3 P.M. Boston time (12 P.M. Pacific Time)

WHERE:
Zoom (Register for the link)

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How to Register:
Click the “Register” button to sign up for this one-hour, invitation-only Zoom event. Space is limited. Plus, we invite you to stay after the event for the live chat with other online participants to continue the conversation. The post-event chat will be open for 30 minutes. Please make time on your calendar for the whole event and post-event chat if you can. We look forward to discussing this important topic with you.Have a question? Email us at events@csmonitor.com.