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Section: The Ukrainian Weekly (USA)

    Ukraine’s health minister receives UCCA’s highest honor
    Jun30

    Ukraine’s health minister receives UCCA’s highest honor

    WASHINGTON – On Thursday, June 15, Dr. Ulana Suprun, Ukraine’s acting minister of health, received the Shevchenko Freedom Award, the highest accolade accorded by the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America (UCCA), the largest representation of Ukrainians in America. Established in 1962, the award is named in honor of Ukraine’s...

    Session at Canadian Association of Slavists conference highlights innovations in Slavic studies
    Jun30

    Session at Canadian Association of Slavists conference highlights innovations in Slavic studies

    TORONTO ― A session titled “New Developments and Innovations in Slavic Studies” was held on May 28 as part of the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Slavists (CAS), which took place at Ryerson University in Toronto on May 27-29. The session was sponsored by the Ukrainian Language Education Center (ULEC), which is a […] …read...

    “Out of the Studio” features experimental and improvisational music
    Jun30

    “Out of the Studio” features experimental and improvisational music

    NEW YORK – The “Bandura Downtown” series at The Ukrainian Museum in New York City concluded its 11th season on Friday, May 12, with an innovative concert dubbed “Out of the Studio: Process and Practice.” The evening featured a series of experimental and improvisational pieces in solo and duo performances by Julian Kytasty, Katja Kolcio, […]...

    Philly seniors explore Baltimore Inner Harbor
    Jun30

    Philly seniors explore Baltimore Inner Harbor

    BALTIMORE – Proving you’re never too old to have fun, the members of the Ukrainian American Senior Citizens Association in Philadelphia plan day excursions to various interesting places to explore and enjoy. On Tuesday, June 13, the “young at heart” seniors traveled by bus to the Inner Harbor, a beautiful historic seaport of Baltimore....

    Poroshenko meets with Trump, other senior U.S. officials in D.C.
    Jun23

    Poroshenko meets with Trump, other senior U.S. officials in D.C.

    WASHINGTON – During his two days of meetings in the U.S. capital – with President Donald Trump and other senior officials in his administration – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko expressed his satisfaction with the support Ukraine was receiving from the United States, especially with respect to Russia’s aggression. …read more...

    Experts urge U.S. Congress  and Trump to arm Ukraine
    Jun23

    Experts urge U.S. Congress and Trump to arm Ukraine

    WASHINGTON – A bipartisan task force made up of former U.S. defense officials, ambassadors, and security experts renewed calls for the United States to give lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine. On June 21, the National Security Task Force of the Friends of Ukraine Network urged the United States to provide a range of weapons, intelligence […]...

    Holodomor Education Conference 2017 gives educators tools to teach about Ukraine’s genocide
    Jun23

    Holodomor Education Conference 2017 gives educators tools to teach about Ukraine’s genocide

    WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Educators from across Canada, the United States and Ukraine assembled in Winnipeg, Manitoba, to attend the second Holodomor Education Conference: “Education–Awareness–Action” (HEC-2017) on May 5-7, at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR). The conference was organized by the Holodomor Research and Education Consortium...

    The Poroshenko-Trump meeting
    Jun23

    The Poroshenko-Trump meeting

    It was another good week for Ukraine in Washington. President Petro Poroshenko met with President Donald Trump and other key officials in the U.S. administration to press his case that Ukraine is a success story and that it is fighting for its freedom and democracy. “There never was such a powerful visit,” Mr. Poroshenko was […] …read more...

    Even direct costs of Putin’s aggression are unsustainable, says analyst
    Jun23

    Even direct costs of Putin’s aggression are unsustainable, says analyst

    The indirect costs of Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and annexation of Crimea, as well as his military muscle-flexing elsewhere – which resulted in the isolation of Russia internationally and greater repression and human suffering domestically – are perhaps incalculable. But the direct costs for the military can be measured, and they...

    June 27, 1992
    Jun23

    June 27, 1992

    Twenty-five years ago, on June 27, 1992, 11,815 people gathered at Rutgers Stadium in Piscataway, N.J., to watch the first international game between the national teams of Ukraine and the United States of America. The 0-0 draw was deemed a triumph for Ukraine. “It was a tremendous, tremendous success for the Ukrainian team,” said Ukrainian […]...

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