“Stronger than bricks”: a photo exhibition opened in a Kremenchuk library
Мета експозиції — мотивувати доThe purpose of the exhibition is to motivate citizens to join the ” reconstruction volunteering”.лучатися громадян до «волонтерства відновлення».
On July 11, the children’s library on Soborna Street opened a photo exhibition “Stronger than bricks”. The works are exhibited in the windows of the library.
This was reported on the Facebook page of the Kremenchuk Central Library.
According to the librarians, “Stronger than bricks” is a traveling media project about the unbreakable volunteers of the B50 community, which was one of the first to begin restoring liberated communities from the effects of russian aggression in Ukraine.
The photos show volunteers helping the affected residents of Kyiv region. They clean up houses destroyed by shells, eliminate the consequences of armed aggression, and preserve damaged homes.
It is noted that the exhibition should inspire viewers with the resilience of active Kyiv residents and residents of cities near Kyiv. The goal of the exhibition is to motivate citizens to join the “volunteering of recovery.”
You can visit the photo exhibition at 12/16 Soborna Street. It will run until August 20.