Because TKC doesn't know any Ukrainian, we'll keep it simple . . .
This is America after all, speaking Spanish comes with the territory.
As with all military conflicts around the world . . . No matter who wins, EVERYBODY comes to the US in the end.
And while there might not be enough low-end jobs to go around . . . We're sure our new friends and white immigrants won't find very much opposition in their pursuit of the American dream.
Odds are . . . Americans are probably welcoming the future employers of their grand-kids.
Accordingly, share this TKC roundup of more than a few relevant news items on the topic . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - On Friday, missiles fell upon the Ukranian capital city Kyiv, driving thousands of Ukranians and foreigners out of the country in an attempt to flee from the Russian invasion. Richard Casebolt, founder and president of RefugeKC, a nonprofit ministry devoted to welcoming refugees in the area, said the organization is already preparing for the arrival of Ukrainian evacuees.
'Refugee Crisis' Is Emerging That Could Displace Millions in Russia's Attack on Ukraine, Officials Warn
"More than 50,000 Ukrainian refugees have fled their country in less than 48 hours - a majority to Poland and Moldova - and many more are moving towards its borders," the U.N.'s high commissioner for refugees, Filippo Grandi, wrote on Twitter on Friday
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As Russia continues to invade Ukraine, there are ways for Kansas Citians to get involved and offer support to Ukraine. Suggestions from a William Jewell professor, Russian expert "There's a charity called Caritas Ukraine that is connected with Catholic Relief Services.
Support for Ukraine continues to grow in Kansas City. Like so many, Heart to Heart International is reaching out for ways to help during this invasion.Supplies in a Lenexa warehouse will help refugees from Ukraine.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Organizations that help refugees in the Kansas City area are preparing to offer aid to Ukrainian refugees as Russia continues to invade the country.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine is forcing many Ukrainians to leave their homes to seek shelter, with long lines already forming at the border and the potential for severe humanitarian consequences looming. More than 50,000 Ukrainians left the country within less than 48 hours, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi said on Friday.
Women on Weibo call out men who said they wanted to take in attractive Russia-Ukraine war refugee girls
Chinese female Weibo users expressed outrage online after several men "jokingly" said they were willing to accept female Ukrainian refugees amid the Ukraine crisis in eastern Europe. Comments expressed viewpoints ranging from support for Russia's attack on Ukraine to outrage and disbelief.
The United Nations has estimated that about 100,000 Ukrainians have already been displaced as a result of the Russian invasion, and that number could ultimately grow to 1 to 5 million. The international community is making preparations to meet their humanitarian needs - though perhaps not quickly enough.
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