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Shevchenko’s Image of Jews in “Haidmakas”

In his Haidamaky (Haidamakas, 1841) Taras Shevchenko deals with a historical flashpoint in Ukrainian-Jewish relations. This powerful and controversial early poem describes the great peasant uprising of 1768 known as Koliivshchyna, in the course of which thousands of Poles and Jews were massacred. ...

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Minister Kenney issues statement on the Holodomor

Ottawa, November 22, 2014 – The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister for Multiculturalism, issued the following statement to recognize the Holodomor: “Today, we remember one of the greatest tragedies of the last century. The Holodomor, otherwise known as the “Terror-Famine in Ukraine,” ...

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EuroMaidan…1 year

“Come on guys, let’s be serious. If you really want to do something, don’t just ‘like’ this post. Write that you are ready, and we can try to start something” – Mustafa Nayim, a journalist at the Kiev-based online news ...

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Witnessing the Holodomor

Mrs Luba Semaniuk, who now lives in Winnipeg, was born in Bilmanka village, Zaporizhya oblast in 1925 and relates her experiences of the Great Famine-Genocide, the Holodomor. Luba’s Story from Share the Story on Vimeo.

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Диктант національної єдності 2014

Напередодні Дня писемності та мови та в рамках святкування 90-річчя Українського радіо, вчотирнадцяте відбувся Всеукраїнський диктант національної єдності. Цьогоріч диктант поєднав перевірені часом традиції та новації. Зокрема, текст нині звучав двома голосами. Першою – для ознайомлення – прочитала добре відома ...

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