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Demographers now calculate that more than four million Ukrainians starved in just six months, one of the greatest genocides to befoul 20th-century European history, yet for decades, what happened was almost forgotten. On September 20, 1953, Dr. Raphael Lemkin, a legal scholar, spoke in New York City about Stalin’s four-pronged offensive against Ukraine. That country’s …
Panel discussion with Andrew Tkach, the film director, and Anne Applebaum, historian and columnist, author of “Red Famine: Stalin’s War on Ukraine”. The discussion was moderated by Marina Pesenti, Director of Ukrainian Institute London. 12 June 2018. On June 5, 2018, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto was the site of the Canadian film premiere …
Rhea Clyman, a Canadian journalist born in Poland, is finally getting more international recognition as the first and one of the few journalists who exposed the Holodomor, Joseph Stalin’s genocidal starvation of 4 million Ukrainians from 1932-1933.
Opinion: Russia is sowing discord, amid allegations of ties to assassinations and investments into social-media companies. The time for complacency is over
Ukrainian Canadian Community Welcomes Federal $1.45M Funding For Holodomor Awareness Project Toronto – The Ukrainian Canadian community welcomes the announcement by the Honourable Melanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage, of a three-year grant valued at $1.45 million to support the Holodomor National Awareness Tour and the Holodomor Mobile Classrooms (“the HMC). The funding announcement was …
Dear listeners, here is this week’s Hromadske Radio Ukraine Calling. Film maker Andrew Tkach and lawyer Bohdan Onyshchuk talk to Bohdan Nahaylo about the Holodomor and more.
By Carl Hnatyshyn, Postmedia Network Wednesday, July 12, 2017 11:36:40 EDT AM It was one of the twentieth century’s most catastrophic, most destructive and least known genocides.
MP Julie Dzerowicz speaks int he House commemorating the 83rd Anniversary of Holodomor
The 40-foot customized recreational vehicle is where students can learn through different digital media. On Oct. 18, Sisler High School students had the opportunity to learn about the Ukrainian genocide in an hour-long, facilitator-led educational experience featuring audio-visual presentations on a 28-foot screen inside the vehicle.
Visit the Holodomor Mobile Classroom this weekend, located just outside the Museum’s doors. The Holodomor National Awareness Tour is a project of the Canada-Ukraine Foundation, supported by the Government of Canada and the Governments of Ontario and Manitoba, to raise awareness about the Holodomor and help build a strong, democratic, diverse and inclusive society in …
Holodomor was a genocide wreaked upon the Ukrainian population of the former Soviet Union in the 30’s in numbers equivalent to the entire population of Western Canada. A commemorative bus is touring throughout the country to make people aware of the horror. Dauphin-Swan River-Neepawa MP Robert Sopuck shares the need for such awareness. “I think …