A person holds up a sign that features Russian President Vladimir Putin with devil horns and reads “Anti Russia Social Club.” They are surrounded by other protesters.
People gathered on Saturday to denounce Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, two years after its start. The protest started outside the Wrigley building on Michigan Avenue.
Sonya Dymova/The Daily Northwestern

Photo Gallery: Chicagoans rally after 2 years of full-scale invasion of Ukraine

Two years after Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine began, dozens of people gathered in downtown Chicago to denounce the war and demand continued support for the country.

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