The central photo - courtesy of Olha Hodovanets
A Revolution for Dignity
How did EuroMaidan become Maidan and turn into a Revolution for Dignity?
How does it relate to Crimea?
What’s going on now?
Where can I learn more?
A photo-exhibit dedicated to unfolding situation in Ukraine opened today in the Galleria between Rutherford North and Rutherford South Libraries. The exhibit has been prepared by students/staff of the Ukrainian Folklore program/Kule Folklore Centre in conjunction with Modern Languages and Cultural Studies. It will be on display March 19-20 and March 22-26 in the Rutherford Library, and March 21, 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. in the North-East foyer of CAB. Nataliya Bezborodova, Kateryna Kod (Ukrainian Folklore) and Olha Ivanova, (Translation Studies) will be manning this display in CAB on Friday afternoon ready to answer questions of those interested in learning more about the Ukrainian Maidan.
We thank Nataliya Bezborodova and Larisa Cheladyn, Maryna Chernyavska and Lynnien Pawluk, Kateryna Kod and Olha Ivanova, authors of the images and everyone who supported this idea and the creation of the Maidan exhibit.
Where to find more information:
Wikipedia – Euromaidan
Facebook – Euromaidanpr, Euromaydan, EnglishMaidan, GRMaidan
Twitter - Euromaydan
See more photographs here
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