The Belarusian Solidarity Foundation #BYSOL was created in 2020 when the Belarusian people came out to peacefully protest the results of the rigged presidential election. The government's response was violence, imprisonments, and murders, which continue to this day. Belarusians have been struggling for the seventh month already. In February 2021, 258 people were recognized as political prisoners in Belarus. More than 27 thousand people have been detained, tortured, intimidated, or persecuted since August 2020. Thousands of Belarusians were forced to flee abroad often with their children and parents. The struggle still goes on in the country: strikes at enterprises, marches, underground protest actions in the cities and on the railroads.