Join us for a special screening of two films directed by Nadia Parfan: The Heat Singers and I Did Not Want to Make a War Film.
Thinking Out Loud about "Ukraine"
Olesya Khromeychuk, Director of Ukrainian Institute London and author of “The Death of a Soldier Told by His Sister”
In conversation with Andrew Horodysky
Killed in action as he served in the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Olesya Khromeychuk’s brother Volodya Pavliv died on the frontline in eastern Ukraine in 2017.
Meeting point is in Millerton at the entrance to the Rail Trail to walk south towards Wassaic and it is up to you, your children, your doctor how far you want to walk.
Digital scholarship changes the way we understand the past. By increasing the accessibility of research tools, digital collections and archives make a previously unachievable depth of research and discovery possible.
Russia is committing genocide in Ukraine.
We need to start with that message. As a communications firm, we feel dismay when we witness these mechanisms used to whitewash atrocities, and the Russian atrocities taking place defy comprehension.