The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation recently released their annual poll for the year 2019, revealing that over one third of the millennial generation view communism favorably, 15% believing that the world would be “better off ” if the Soviet Union still existed.
Digitization of the historic First Holodomor Symposium in the world, held in 1983 in Montreal, reconstructed by Yuri Luhovy from decaying archived films and an invaluable part of the history of the early steps taken in the memorialization of the Holodomor in North America. Symposium speakers include James Mace, Roman Serbyn, Wsevolod Isajiw (Videos are in both Ukrainian and in English languages)
This video is a 7 min. short introduction to the Holodomor from the perspective of a single family’s experiences. Valentina Kuryliw, a child of 2 Holodomor survivors, tells the tale of the consequences of the Holodomor on her family members’ lives and recalls incidences of how and why they were able to survive, illustrated with archival and family photographs. In English with French subtitles.
Genocide Revealed exposes Moscow’s policy of genocide against the Ukrainian nation. The film focuses on the 1932-33 man-made famine in Soviet Ukraine engineered by Stalin’s regime against the rural population,and the accompanied decimation of the national elite and destruction of Ukraine’s historical past. It reveals one of the greatest human tragedies of the 20th century. Millions perished.