Students learn about Ukrainian genocide
Ayden Mack and his fellow students at Regina’s Leboldus High School had a history lesson today.
At times, it was painful to hear and watch.
“It’s kinda scary to think about something that happened this recently and it’s related to me,” said the 16-year-old student.
Today, Mack and other students came to the Holodomor display in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature. The display is currently on a cross-country tour to educate students about the Ukrainian genocide in 1932 and 1933.
Millions died during the artificial famine imposed by Joseph Stalin’s regime on Soviet Ukraine.
Students watched a video and then discussed the Holodomor.