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Ceremony to commemorate Ukrainian genocide

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Ukrainian-Americans will head to Albany next week for a long-awaited ceremony to remember an ugly time many of their ancestors didn’t survive. A two-year period of food and crop confiscation by the Soviet Union led to millions of Ukrainians starving to death in 1932 and 1933, a time of forced famine Ukrainians call the Holodomor. The Capital District Committee to Commemorate the 80th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Genocide will be hosting a solemn service at ...

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