From Fort Worth to The Colony, rallies across North Texas on Sunday showed support for Ukraine.
Individuals carried signs and banners to remain on the Tarrant County town hall steps.
Nataliia Hays was enthusiastic about the turnout.
"All the help, we are requesting that the world hear. Our families are there, and we can't sit idle," she said.
Roughages' family is shielding at a tram station and coming short on food and cash following four days underground.
James Head's parents-in-law opened their front way to blasts.
His little girl goes to class in Ukraine, and presently, her cohorts' lives are at serious risk.
"I would slither on the ground," Head said. "I would battle the Russians with my uncovered hands to get to her."
Sergiy Mitsymskyy, of McKinney, said his friends and family in Ukraine are electing to battle.
"Whoever can hold a gun. they are remaining and safeguarding Kyiv," he said.
Outside St. Sophia Ukrainian Catholic Church in The Colony Sunday morning, individuals from its assembly petitioned God for monetary and philanthropic assistance.
"Ukrainians are solid, they will battle," said Irina Shevchuk, who has family in Ukraine.
Yet, numerous in the groups are concerned the conflict will just deteriorate.
Sunday, Russian President Vladimir Putin requested his atomic powers to be on guard.
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