Join us to commemorate the 65th anniversary of|
7 million Ukrainians were starved to death
The Famine was artificially induced by the Soviet regime.
It was an act of genocide designed to undermine the social
basis of Ukrainian national resistance.
At the height of the Famine,
Ukrainian villagers were dying at the rate of
25,000 per day,
1,000 per hour,
17 per minute.
At the same time the Soviet regime was dumping
1.7 million tons of grain on Western markets.
|Saturday September 26
Educational Program - 9:30am - 12:30pm|
Ukrainian Canadian Research & Documentation Centre, 620 Spadina Ave.
|Monday September 28
|Famine Exhibit - opening 7:00pm-8:00pm
Rotunda, Toronto City Hall
exhibit continues to Fri. Oct. 9
|Sunday October 4
| Memorial services at all Ukrainian Churches|
Memorial procession - 1:00pm
starting at Queen's Park walking to Nathan Phillip's Square
Commemorative Assembly - 2:00pm
keynote speaker Prof. James Mace
Nathan Phillip's Square, Toronto City Hall
|Monday October 5
Famine Symposium - 4:00-6:00pm|
Frank Josef Scheybal Seminar Room, 143542 (14th floor) Robart's Library
University of Toronto, 130 St. George St.
Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Toronto Branch
Ukrainian Canadian Research & Documentation Centre
Media Watch Ukraine
UCC Office: (416) 762-9427 or (416) 487-5002 or (416) 767-7149