An exhibition on why Ukrainians are again at risk of genocide will be shown in Britain
Thanks to the active support of Sara Nesteruk in Huddersfield (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland), the exhibition of the National Museum of the Holodomor-Genocide “The not condemned genocide of Ukrainians repeats” is presented in three locations:
June 8-15 at the Kwas Shop and Bar
June 16-22 in Parley space
June 10-22 at the Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Center
The exhibition reveals the duration of the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine, from imperial encroachments on its territory to the genocide of Ukrainians. Drawing parallels from history will assist foreigners in better understanding the essence of Russia’s full-scale invasion, which began on February 24, 2022, as well as the main purpose of this war and its consequences.
The main task of the exhibition is to help strengthen the British support for Ukraine and form public opinion that only Ukraine’s victory in this war is the only way to stop the violence and killings of Ukrainians by the Russian army to destroy Ukraine and the Ukrainian nation.
Sara Nesteruk is an animation designer and author of the “Recipes for Baking Bread” project, which is a visual representation of the artist’s personal understanding of the Holodomor through animation.