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Dispatches from Ukraine
Sgt. William McNulty, co-founder of the humanitarian organization Operation White Stork, based in Kyiv, Ukraine and Poland, describes the way his organization organized over 20,000 evacuations from Ukraine into neighboring countries and is now helping with repatriation, as people return home. White Stork also provides first aid kits for Ukrainian soldiers on the front.
This show has a trigger warning; McNulty describes how rape is being used as a tool of war to introduce Russian blood lines into Ukraine. He also describes how the Russian Army has booby-trapped and looted towns and homes they occupied.
Anne Levine, US media contact for Kraina FM in Ukraine, a 22 city radio network, provides VOICES FROM UKRAINE: a series of cutting edge interviews with key people in Ukraine, arranged by Kraina FM. The interviews give a direct and personal account of the unfolding of the war in Ukraine, how professional rally to serve their community, and the destructive toll taken on ordinary people subjected to war atrocities.
This series of interviews is a collaboration between Anne Levine, WOMR, Pacifica Network, and Kraina FM.
Interview by Anne Levine, WOMR, Provincetown MA
Recording by Michael Levine
Editing by Ursula Ruedenberg, Pacifica network
Interview arranged by Kraina FM
WPVM President: Davyne Dial
Professional Designer 1982 – 2012. Davyne began her professional career as a designer in New Orleans developing and operating a business in the French Quarter adjacent to Jackson Square. She re-located to Asheville in 1989 to further her studies in metal work at Penland School, and John C. Campbell. Current Designs
She has distributed her designs to exclusive retail shops and catalogs, nationwide. Her work has appeared in national magazines, and graced the display windows of Saks Fifth Ave flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York City. She has produced instructional lessons on the lost art of couture level millinery that are available on DVDs.
Upon retiring from the design world Davyne fulfilled a dream of attending Penland School of Craft to study fine metal work. She hopes to resume her metal work once the station is well established in the community.
She is a co-founder of the “New WPVM”, the non-profit she helped establish obtained the license to broadcast from MAIN in 2015 and she feels the opportunity to help develop WPVM from a dormant radio station is a thrilling challenge and and honor to be a part of developing the station to it’s fullest potential for the community. Visit Davyne on Facebook.