Unify Ukraine Black Sunflower Truck

Unify Ukraine Campaign Black Sunflowers Coming to Washington, D.C.

Look for the Unify Ukraine truck roving key areas of the District from January 31 to February 3.  

The experiential truck will feature a collection of black sunflowers, a somber reminder of the loss of life over the last year of war, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022. It will be wrapped in red “caution tape” with the campaign message calling for an end to Russia’s occupation and passing D.C. landmarks such as the Russian embassy, Senate and House office buildings, U.S. Department of State and Embassy Row on Massachusetts Avenue.  

The Washington, DC activities are part of a campaign aimed at reminding Americans and our county’s leaders that the war is not over and Ukraine needs to know we still stand with them in their fight for freedom and to regain their country. 

Anyone who spots the truck is invited to snap a photo, post on social using #UnifyUkraine and join the call to end the occupation of Ukraine.  

Washington, D.C. Black Sunflower Roaming Truck 

Where: Continuous route that includes 

      • Russian embassy 

      • Senate and House office buildings 

      • U.S. Department of State 

      • Embassy Row on Massachusetts Avenue

    When:  January 31 to February 3  

    The sunflower is Ukraine’s national flower. To learn more about its significance as a symbol of hope and renewal, read our post on Why the Ukrainian Sunflower is the Centerpiece for Friendship and Resistance.  

    Share a Sunflower for Ukraine

    Create your#UnifyUkraine sunflower and share it to join voices for a free Ukraine.  

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    About the Campaign

    Unify Ukraine is a public service campaign on behalf of the Polish government to raise American awareness of Russia’s ongoing invasion that has torn apart the country and families of Ukraine. Together, we can help free Ukraine from this occupation and unify this beautiful land and people once again.

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