“The actions of Russia's leadership, in particular Vladimir Putin, are a global evil. But there will be an end to the aggressor,” said Patriarch Filaret.

An educational component will include field trips and other programs to enlighten students and the general public about the Holodomor, a genocidal famine organized by Stalin’s regime in Ukraine in the 1930s.

Photo: Yehor Huskov during a one-man rally to promote speaking Ukrainian.

 

The Ukraine-born women’s group continues to use its effective tool of topless female bodies to impact on social issues The latest target was the trial of famous Afro-American actor Bill Cosby who is facing multiple charges of sexual misconduct with women. A court in Norristown, New Jersey is rehearing a case that was earlier declared a mistrial

 

Not only has Pope Francis demonstrated his close attention to Ukraine by directing Europe-wide special offerings for aid to the besieged country, he continues on a frequent basis to offer prayers for peace and harmony in the Donbas.

The Ukrainians in the region have always been more rural than the ethnic Russians: they reached the 50 percent level of urbanization only in the 1960s, decades after the ethnic Russians there did; and they remain less urbanized.

Literary Presentation

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

12:00pm

Marshall D. Shulman Seminar Room (1219 International Affairs Building, 420 W 118th St, NYC)

 

Katya and Nikita, Little Big Shots (Paul Drinkwater/NBC)

 

 

Aided over 600 Jews in hiding from Nazis.

UGCC Patriarch Sviatoslav speaks about the threats posed by extreme nationalism and about the chances that a dialogue can create, as well as about the good, though sometimes painful relations with Poland, Russia and the Orthodox Church, and about everything that hinders the full cooperation between Eastern and Western Catholics.

 

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