Central/Eastern Europe: Maidan Heroes: maidanheroes04

TANYA, 25Tanya, 25, of Vinnytsa sits in front of the occupied October Palace near the Maidan Square in Kiev, Ukraine on April 2, 2014.  Tanya, a mother of two, was injured by a bullet that struck her left leg in Marinsky Park on February 20, 2014; she was hospitalized for ten days from March 3 until March 13.{quote}From December, I was protesting.  I have two children, a boy and a girl, and I don't want them to live in such an awful country as we have now.  We were standing for the EU from the beginning.  We don't want Putin to take Crimea and Kiev.  It is not as if Yanukovych is gone, his bandits are still shooting at us.{quote} -Tanya

TANYA, 25 

Tanya, 25, of Vinnytsa sits in front of the occupied October Palace near the Maidan Square in Kiev, Ukraine on April 2, 2014. Tanya, a mother of two, was injured by a bullet that struck her left leg in Marinsky Park on February 20, 2014; she was hospitalized for ten days from March 3 until March 13. 

"From December, I was protesting. I have two children, a boy and a girl, and I don't want them to live in such an awful country as we have now. We were standing for the EU from the beginning. We don't want Putin to take Crimea and Kiev. It is not as if Yanukovych is gone, his bandits are still shooting at us." -Tanya