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November 12, 2021. Friday, 7:00 PM. Admission – $10.00 Lecture by Oksana Kis, PhD in History /Ethnology. “To Remain A Ukrainian Woman: Practices of Normative Femininity in the Camps as Counteraction to Destructive Effects of the Gulag.”

November 12, 2021. Friday, 7:00 PM. Admission – $10.00 Lecture by Oksana Kis, PhD in History /Ethnology. “To Remain A Ukrainian Woman: Practices of Normative Femininity in the Camps as Counteraction to Destructive Effects of the Gulag.”

In the 1940 – 50s tens of thousands of Ukrainian women were sentenced to long-term imprisonment in the Gulags for political accusations. Until recently their experiences of living in the most brutal conditions of the Soviet camps have not been a subject of...
October 30, 2021. Saturday. 4:00 PM, Admission – $10.00 Book presentation – “A Life of One Hundred Years Dedicated to God, Ukraine and its People” – Lecture and book presentation by Father Ihor Kovalchuk, Ukraine. Sale of embroidered icons on canvas.

October 30, 2021. Saturday. 4:00 PM, Admission – $10.00 Book presentation – “A Life of One Hundred Years Dedicated to God, Ukraine and its People” – Lecture and book presentation by Father Ihor Kovalchuk, Ukraine. Sale of embroidered icons on canvas.

Book presentation – “A Life of One Hundred Years Dedicated to God, Ukraine and its People”.  Lecture and book presentation by Father Ihor Kovalchuk, Ukraine. Sale of embroidered icons on...