As the war in Eastern Ukraine takes a heavy toll on families living near the frontline, a small group of strong-willed social workers work tirelessly in a special kind of orphanage to create an almost magical safe space for kids to live in.
A House Made of Splinters is currently being screened on campuses across the US. Join Harvard, Stanford, Princeton, Yale, Berkeley, Georgetown and others sharing this film, raising the voices of Ukrainian citizens impacted by the war.
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