News & Events

Mobile Classroom Teaching about Ukrainian Genocide Stopping in Kingston

July 8, 2022 from the Kingston Herald.

From 1932 to 1933, the Holodomor, a forced famine imposed by the Soviet regime, killed millions of Ukrainians. Today, Canada is home to many people of Ukrainian descent whose family members survived the Holodomor. Through the Holodomor National Awareness Tour, Canadians can learn about this tragedy, and reinforce within themselves the values of human rights, equality, and social justice.

The Holodomor Mobile Classroom (HMC) is coming to Kingston on July 18, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kingston East Community Centre. This 42-foot recreational vehicle was converted into a state-of-the-art, digital, multimedia interactive classroom on wheels and has been to over 260 public events and engaged Holodomor 23,000 visitors.

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‘Hamilton Helps Ukraine’ event draws parallels between Holodomor genocide and Putin’s war

May 6, 2022 from Global News.

On Thursday evening, more than 200 people gathered at The Westdale theatre for the “Hamilton Helps Ukraine” event, a fundraiser supporting the Canada-Ukraine Foundation and its humanitarian efforts in Ukraine.

Presented by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress Hamilton, the fundraiser featured a documentary called “Hunger for Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story,” about a young journalist from Toronto who risked her life to expose the Ukrainian Holomodor genocide in the 1930s at the hands of the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin’s communist regime.

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Mobile classroom teaches about Ukrainian genocide

April 22, 2022 from the Windsor Star.

Students from five local high schools and the general public will soon get a chance to learn about a horrific Russian-engineered genocide that killed millions of Ukrainians in the early 30s. 

The Holodomor National Awareness Tour has a mobile classroom that details the man-made famine-genocide and subsequent coverup by former Soviet Union premier Joseph Stalin. 

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