Books about the Holodomor were presented in Ternopil
On October 5, a presentation of publications of the National Museum of the Holodomor Genocide took place in Ternopil as a part of the Struggle for Consciousness project.
The event, organized with the support of the Ternopil Regional Council, was attended by representatives of libraries, educational and scientific institutions, and the public of Ternopil and the region.
During the event, Ivan Petrenko, Deputy Director of the Holodomor Research Institute, presented the results of the International Forum “Mass Man-made Famines: Remember, Honor,” dedicated to the memory of the Holodomor genocide victims of 1932-1933, to the 100th anniversary of the mass man-made famine 1921–1923, 75th anniversary of the mass man-made famine of 1946–1947, and a selection of scientific works.
Mykhailo Holovko, Chairman of the Ternopil Regional Council, thanked representatives of the Holodomor Museum and Institute for carrying out the Struggle for Consciousness project and emphasized the importance of spreading the truth about the crimes of the communist totalitarian regime against Ukraine.
Later, the following libraries received the presented books:
Ternopil Regional Universal Scientific Library;
Ternopil City Central Library;
Library of Ternopil V.Hnatiuk National Pedagogical University ;
Library of Ternopil Ivan Pul’uj National Technical University;
Library of Ternopil Regional Municipal Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogical Education.