April is International Genocide Awareness Month and will also mark the opening of a new, temporary exhibit created by the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) about Holodomor – or Ukrainian Genocide of the 1930s.
We sat down with Natalie Duduch, a child of a Holodomor survivor, and a member of the Niagara Chapter of the UCC to talk about Holodomor, the Congress’ education efforts, and the exhibit that will be here at the Museum from April 4 to November 31, 2018.
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1. Ukrainian Canadian Congress: http://www.ucc.ca/
2. Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre: http://www.ucrdc.org/
3. The Holodomore travelling exhibition:
4. Children of Survivors Interviews and Oral Histories: http://www.ucrdc.org/Archive-Oral-History-Children_of_Holodomor_Survivors_Speak.html