Exhibit spotlights toll of Ukraine war on children

Two years after the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, we are seeing the toll the conflict continues to have on the children caught in the violence. Dozens of colorful drawings and paintings are on display right now at San Jose State University. The Dr. Martin Luther King Junior Library is home to artworks created by children displayed by the war in Ukraine in a new exhibit called "Children Draw War, Not Flowers." KTVU's Heather Holmes discusses the artwork with Dr. Ulia Gosart, organizer of the exhibit and Assistant Professor at San Jose State University's School of Information.

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