How your organization can host a Holodomor exhibit or film:
The Connecticut Holodomor Awareness Committee would welcome an opportunity to present an exhibit or film screening on the Holodomor for your organization or educational, cultural or civic institution.
The Committee has access to a variety of carefully documented, high quality materials suitable for display to the general public, as well as in high school and higher education environments.
Also, the Committee would be happy to arrange for a screening and discussion of one the films currently available on the topic of Ukraine’s famine genocide.
Since its inception in 2008, the Committee has organized or played a role in the following events:
Exhibits at Ukrainian Cultural Center, New Haven (2008); Dodd Research Center, Storrs; University of Connecticut Homer Babbidge Library, Storrs (2009); University of Connecticut Waterbury Campus; Connecticut State Legislative Building including opening program (2010); University of Connecticut Stamford Campus (upcoming) (2010).
Films were presented in conjunctions with the Adventures in Lifelong Learning Program and the Rose City Senior Center, Norwich; and the University of Connecticut Storrs Exhibit Opening (2009).
See our Past Events for other activities the Committee has organized to commemorate and educate about the Holodomor.
Please contact the Committee Chair or one of the Programs and Exhibits members to discuss how we may best create an informative and meaningful experience for your intended audience.