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Anyone who has seen Steven Spielberg’s “Schindler’s List” remembers the little girl in the red coat.
In the film Black and White, a young girl in a red coat (the only color in the film) walks through the Krakow ghetto while German soldiers “liquidate” everyone around her.
Many have compared the genocide in Nazi Germany to what Russia is doing to Ukraine.
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The fast forward is about 29 years old and that little girl, Olivia Dabroska, now 32, is helping the Ukrainians flee to Poland.
He shared a post from an artist who changed his red coat to blue in support of Ukraine.
“He has always been a symbol of hope,” Dabrowska wrote. “Let him be again.”
Dabrovska shared details of how he was helping through his Instagram.
To help transport a Ukrainian mother with two children, including working with her “brave mother”, “they were desperate to get to their sister ৷ those children … my God, I can’t hold back my tears.”
“I can’t tell you what I saw there, because I don’t have the right words … No one, who has never seen it, can imagine this nightmare in the eyes of people,” he wrote.
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He also received aid kits for Ukrainian soldiers that he was bringing to the border.
“Please remember, though, that this is not my only achievement but the cooperation and concerted effort of a group of people of which I am a part – although I coordinate some actions, I am just a cog in the machine and I am glad we have a lot.” He added.