28/11 Virtual Holodomor Memorial Panakhyda
Candle-lit Memorial service - Sts. Cyril and Methodius Church 7:15 p.m.
Wascana Park near the Legislative Building
Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Nov 18, 2020 @ 07:00 PM Central Time
IN COMMEMORATION OF INTERNATIONAL HOLODOMOR MEMORIAL DAY: TEACHING A GENOCIDE THE WORLD FORGOT
Presenter: Valentina Kuryliw, Director of Education, Holodomor Research & Education Consortium, CIUS, University of Alberta; Chair, National Holodomor Education Committee, Ukrainian Canadian Congress.
Nov. 18, 2020 @ 7:00 pm Eastern time
Ukrainian National Federation (UNF O-G) invites you to their Holodomor event showcasing globally acclaimed artist, Lesia Maruschak, and her MARIA Exhibit.
Registration deadline November 16th. For further information, contact Vicki Karpiak (613) 596-8188.
November 19, 2020 @ 5:30 pm MST / 7:30 pm EST
2020 TORONTO ANNUAL UKRAINIAN FAMINE LECTURE
The Last Stand: The Third All-Ukrainian Conference of the Communist Party (bolsheviks) of Ukraine and the Holodomor
Presenter: Dr. Bohdan Klid. The lecture will also be live-streamed on the CIUS Facebook page
Nov 20, 2020 @ 07:00 PM Eastern Time
GENOCIDE REVEALED: SCREENING
November 19, 2020
Isha Khan, CEO, Canadian Museum for Human Rights – Holodomor Commemoration Remarks will be posted together with the film Covering the Holodomor: Memory Eternal
November 22, 20020 2:30 p.m.
Hunger For Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story documenting the history of the Holodomor
November 22, 2020 @ 3:00 pm Central Time
REMEMBERING THE HOLODOMOR; COMMEMORATING THE FAMINE-GENOCIDE IN UKRAINE
Hosted by Illinois Holocaust Museum & Kyiv-Mohyla Foundation of America. The commemoration will feature remarks from Andrea Chalupa, screenwriter for 2019 film Mr. Jones, which chronicles a British investigative journalist as he breaks the news to western media in the early 1930s.
November 22, 2020 @ 12:00 pm Eastern Time
UCC NATIONAL VIRTUAL HOLODOMOR COMMEMORATION
Annual solemn Commemoration of the 87th Anniversary of the Holodomor (Ukrainian Famine-Genocide of 1932-33). We co-host this important event with the Embassy of Ukraine in Canada and the Canada Ukraine Parliamentary Friendship Group. The commemoration will be available on UCC – National Facebook and UCC’s YouTube channel.
November 22, 6:30 pm Eastern time
HOLODOMOR ART TALK ZOOM WITH LYDIA BODNAR-BALAHUTRAK
Zoom with artist Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak to be presented at the University of Pittsburgh.
Please join us as Lydia discusses her Holodomor artwork.
November 23, 2020 @ 4:00 pm Central Time
NATIONAL HOLODOMOR AWARENESS WEEK: WORKSHOP ABOUT FREE E-LESSONS FOR TEACHERS
This online workshop will introduce teachers to two free resources to help teach students about the Holodomor. These lessons are ready to use and are classroom-ready. Audience: Grades 3-4, 7-12
Facilitators: Nadia Prokopchuk, Larry Mikulcik
November 24, 2:30 – 4:45 pm MST
Teaching about Genocide in Social Studies Education – the case of the Holodomor
Featuring the film: Hunger for Truth: The Rhea Clyman Story
Sponsored by the Office of the Dean, Faculty of Education for National Holodomor Awareness and Education Week (November 23-27)
Following the 76 minute film, please join a panel discussion moderated by Faculty of Education Dean, Dr. Jennifer Tupper:
Dr. Olenka Bilash, Professor, Secondary Education
Dr. Cathryn van Kessel, Assistant Professor, Secondary Education
Kimberly Edmondson, Teacher, John Maland High School, Devon
Melissa McQueen, Teacher, Frank Maddock High School, Drayton Valley
Nov 27, 2020 @ 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time
Nov 27, 2020 @ 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time
Nov 27, 2020 @ 7:30 p.m. Eastern Time
A CONVERSATION WITH ANNE APPLEBAUM | STALIN’S WAR ON UKRAINE.
WRITING “RED FAMINE”, THE STORY OF THE HOLODOMOR
The conversation will be broadcasted on the CIUS Facebook page.
Nov 30, 2020 @ 4:00 Eastern Time
THE HOLODOMOR: A CONVERSATION WITH DR. ALEXANDER MOTYL
A virtual conversation with Dr. Alexander Motyl, Professor of Political Science at Rutgers University-Newark, on the Holodomor to mark the 87th anniversary of the Stalin-era famine in Ukraine in which millions of people died of starvation. More information: Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation
For Zoom registration click here.
Dec 3, 2020 @ 7 p.m. Eastern time
ONLINE PRESENTATION: WHAT MENDEL OSHEROWITCH SAW: UKRAINE DURING THE HOLODOMOR
Professor Lubomyr Luciuk will discuss How People Live in Soviet Russia: Impressions from a Journey, Mendel Osherowitch’s account of his visit to Soviet Ukraine in 1932 at a time when millions of Ukrainians were dying of starvation. The presentation will also be live-streamed by CIUS on their Facebook page.
For Zoom registration, click here.
Nov 1- Nov 30,
Holodomor: A Remembrance. Virtual Visual Art Presentation Featuring Works by Lydia Bodnar-Balahutrak of Houston, TX
Please note: there are 2 ways to view this exhibit!
Developed by the virtual exhibition team Roksolana Karmazyn, Chrystia Bryndzia, Ksenia Rychtycka, Anizia Karmazyn, and Olya Czerkas, in collaboration with the artist.
The virtual exhibit is already available for viewing here.
Also, with musical background.
Проєкт «Голодомор: нищення ідентичності» створено співробітниками Національного музею «Меморіал жертв Голодомору» у співпраці з близько 10-ма музейними та архівними установами України до 85-х роковин Голодомору-геноциду.
Серія дизайнерських плакатів інформує про унікальні предмети та явища культури і науки, суспільного розвитку й побуту та про українців, які змінювали історію. Виставка демонструє те, що формує ідентичність українців, і те, що було знищено після окупації України більшовиками. А Київський вокзал — це найбільш людний транспортний центр України — виведе проєкт на небачений досі масштаб та дозволить охопити якнайбільше українців й іноземців з різних куточків світу.
History and tours in your phone
On October 22, the Holodomor Museum presented the mobile app Track Holodomor History, which tells about Kyiv during the Holodomor.
The project was launched with the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation.
HOLODOMOR PHOTO DIRECTORY
The HREC Online Photo Directory contains more than 100 authenticated photographs from the Holodomor of 1932-33. The directory is the first such resource focused on photographs not sanctioned by Soviet officials, but rather those taken by foreign visitors to the Soviet Union and local photographers, often surreptitiously. These photographs were subsequently published in the West during the 1930s, although their providential details would only be revisited by scholars in the 1980s. Photographs by locals are sparse, and those recently discovered offer haunting insights into one family’s experience of the Famine.
HOLODOMOR MONUMENTS EXHIBITION AT UCRDC
HOLODOMOR COMMEMORATION BY UKRAINIAN BANDURIST CHORUS OF NORTH AMERICA
- November 18: John Vsetecka, Michigan State University
- December 16: Daria Mattingly, Cambridge University