Photos of the ongoing support and memorials for Ukraine in Washington, D.C.
- Week of March 21st-27th
- Week of March 14th-20th
- Week of March 7th – 13th
- Week of February 28th – March 6th
- Week of February 21st -28th
- Week 0f February 14th – 20th
Week of March 21st-27th
Rally at the Lincoln Memorial, 3/27
Chalk hearts by the cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin
Week of March 14th-20th
Rally at the White House, March 20th
Rally at the White House, March 18th
The Barbie Pond on Avenue Q, an iconic D.C. spot with scenes of both humor and heartache, this week displays support for Ukraine:
The Katzen Arts Center at American University is lit in blue and yellow.
Members of Congress come to the Capitol to hear President Zelensky’s speech delivered remotely, on 3/16/22:
Week of March 7th – 13th
Vigil at the White House, March 13th
People came to the White House to support Ukraine and to leave tributes to memorialize the lives lost:
Activists have put up a new street sign in front of the Russian Embassy gates.
A 60-foot Ukrainian flag on the Glover Park Hotel, directly across from the Russian Embassy on Wisconsin Avenue:
Tributes continue to be added by the front of the Ukrainian Embassy:
Many embassies have put up the Ukrainian flag:
Week of February 28th – March 6th
Rally by the White House – March 5th
White House, March 2
At the Russian Embassy on Wisconsin Avenue, a few demonstrators can be found there throughout the days and nights.
Lit in Blue and Yellow
Many buildings across D.C. are showing their support by being lit in blue and yellow.
The Holodomor Memorial, at 2 Massachusetts Avenue, commemorates the lives lost in the Ukrainian famine of 1932-1933, considered a genocide caused by the Soviet government.
Flags on Pennsylvania Avenue
The lampposts along Pennsylvania Avenue always display the American and D.C. flags, and for decades, the Federal and D.C. governments have coordinated to add a country flag when heads of state visit. This week, the Ukrainian flag has been added.
Week of February 21st-27th
White House, February 24th
Protestors came to the White House shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine.
White House, February 26th
Protests continued each day outside the White House.
White House, February 27th
Embassy of Ukraine
Outside the Embassy of Ukraine on M Street.
Embassy of Russia
Small groups of protestors are constantly on the sidewalk outside the Russian Embassy.
Week of February 14th-20th
Lincoln Memorial, February 20th
A few days before Russia invaded Ukraine, there was a Stand with Ukraine rally and the Vigil to Commemorate the Heavenly Hundred/Nebesna Sotnia (the Fallen Heroes of the 2013-14 Revolution of Dignity) at the Lincoln Memorial.