Tvoemisto TV: https://tvoemisto.tv/exclusive/ye_vsi_oznaky_genotsydu_ukrainskogo_narodu_olga_gonchar_pro_rosiyskyy_teror_130487.html by Viktoriia Savitska Photo: Ivan Stanislavskyi Translation: Halyna Vyliika Before the war, putin threatened Ukrainians that the Russians were ready to show what real decommunization means. They are ready to punish us for the demolished monuments that remind us of Soviet terror. But we didn’t throw them away, we preserved them in the […]
Hromadske radio – https://hromadske.radio/publications/duzhe-ne-khochet-sia-shchob-nash-skhid-asotsiiuvavsia-u-liudey-z-separatystamy-iak-pid-chas-viyny-luhans-kyy-muzey-evakuiuvavsia-do-l-vova by Yaroslava Tsybulska A conversation with the directors of the two museums, Olesia Milovanova and Olha Honchar, about the evacuation of the Luhansk Regional Museum of Local History to the Lviv Museum “Territory of Terror” and cooperation under the wartime circumstances. Photo: Luhansk Regional Museum of Local History How did you leave and […]
shotam.info – https://shotam.info/rosiyski-bomby-vluchaiut-u-zaklady-kultury-ne-vypadkovo-khto-riatuie-ukrainski-muzei-pid-chas-viyny/ by Boichenko Anastasiia Translation: Halyna Vyliika When it comes to saving Ukrainian museums during the war, it is not only about the evacuation of exhibits and collections. It is important to support their employees as well – people who have dedicated themselves to preserving culture and history. Olha Honchar, founder of the […]
Nakipelo.ua – https://nakipelo.ua/shvidka-muzejna-dopomoga-hto-ryatuie-ukrainski-muzei-yaki-postrazhdali-vid-vijni/ by Alona Nahaievshchuk Photo: Ihor Leptuha Translation: Halyna Vyliika The museum crisis center is an initiative that grew from one post on Facebook into a common Ukrainian project in a matter of days. It aims to help regional museums and their employees financially and technically and preserve museum collections during the war. Activists say […]
Hypotheses – https://trafo.hypotheses.org/39379?fbclid=IwAR3W4zq4AkHDv-0s5GAFy-AwhMlDBWM0IQH1XRojgzIApVa4nSwEsy1DV5k by Natasha KlimenkoTranslation: Halyna Vyliika In mid-March of this year, I interviewed Olha Honchar, the head of Territory of Terror Museum in Lviv and the initiator of the Museum Crisis Center. Since the escalation of Russia’s war against Ukraine on February 24th, the center provides financial support to museum workers with difficult life circumstances, […]
ArtReview – https://artreview.com/art-workers-at-war-how-the-ukrainian-artworld-has-rallied-to-protect-cultural-heritage/?fbclid=IwAR1l6ScGcRGp_76U0LRCIS-cPfGfHpGJgNH9N7QHr3wHbucrcVyUW6pt2Eg by Polina BaitsymTranslation: Halyna Vyliika A monument of the city founder Duke de Richelieu is seen covered with sand bags for protection, amid Russian attacks on Ukraine, in central Odesa, Ukraine on March 12, 2022. (Photo by Maksym Voitenko/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) Amidst Russia’s criminal invasion, the destruction of lives goes hand in […]
The founders of Museum Crisis Center discuss what they are doing to help safeguard museum staff and save Ukraine’s cultural heritage. Hyperallergic – https://hyperallergic.com/719347/this-group-is-helping-museum-workers-in-ukraine/ by Lisa KorneichukTranslation: Halyna Vyliika (image courtesy Asortymenta Kimnata) Many art and cultural monuments in Ukraine fall victim to Russia’s full-scale invasion along with civilians. Over the first 20 days of the […]
For Anna Popovych, everything started during the war, when she together with her friends started
collecting foodstuff and clothes for the UPA’s.
Helping Jews in occupied Ukraine was more often punished by death of rescuer himself and members of his/her family.
As of January 1, 1953, 165,000 Crimean Tatars lived in special settlements, and 50,000 thousand of them were children.