Sorry this is a little late, but here is a list of Holodomor Week Events that are leading up to Saturday’s Holodomor memorial day: Dates provided from the Ukrainian Canadian Congress.Read more "Holodomor Week Events 2010"
A short video from YouTube where Congressman Mike Quigley (IL-05), remembers the tragedy of the Holodomor on the floor of the House of Representatives:Read more "Weekend watching: U.S. Congressman remembering the Holodomor"
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper who flew into Kyiv today to meet with Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, and impressively asked tough questions regarding the Holodomor genocide and the pro-Russian regime’s crackdown on human rights: Harper also focused on human rights issues during the meeting and made clear reference to an estimated 10 million deaths at […]Read more "Harper meets Yanukovych in Ukraine: Asks about Holodomor & human rights"
The Gareth Jones memorial website run by his great nephew Nigel Colley posted a clip last week from a popular game show University Challenge last week that asked participants “killed in 1935, the Welsh journalist Gareth Jones was posthumously awarded which country’s medal of freedom award in 2008 for his efforts in publicizing the Holodomor, […]Read more "Weekend watching: Holodomor featured on UK game show"
From the Winnipeg Press: A painting commemorating the Ukrainian Holodomor/Holocaust is now permanently on display in Manitoba’s Legislative Building. The acrylic-on-canvas work by Winnipeg artist Orysia Sinitowich-Gorski was officially unveiled today by Premier Greg Selinger. A number of local survivors of the 1932-33 Holocaust attended the ceremony. "This moving portrait represents the Holodomor — the […]Read more "Holodomor painting has home at Winnipeg legislature"