On the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, the Soviet era forced famine in Ukraine that killed millions between 1932-1933, the event will reflect on Ukrainian history and the current dynamics of political famine during a short lecture and a short reception.
With its rich black earth, Ukraine has fed the world for centuries and even today remains one of the largest agricultural exporters in the world. The current Russian blockade of the Black Sea has grave consequences for the Ukrainians, but it also negatively impacts the larger world as well.
After a short lecture and conversation, we will offer a tour of the exhibition "Ukraine 1933: A Cookbook" and hold a reception with Ukrainian food and life music.
The event is being cosponsored by the Jagiellonian Law Society.