Saturday, November 28, 2009
Remembering Ukrainian genocide - Lubomyr Luciuk
This year, Nov. 28 - tomorrow - is the date on which the Holodomor's victims will be hallowed. Thousands of postcards bearing Lemkin's image and citing his words have been mailed to diplomats
worldwide, asking them to acknowledge what was arguably the greatest crime against humanity to befoul 20th-century European history. There is no doubt that Lemkin knew the famine in Soviet Ukraine was
genocidal. If the world chooses to ignore what he said than what this good man fathered - the word "genocide" - will lose all meaning.
This was article written by Lubomyr Luciuk and was published in Montreal Gazette on November 27, 2009. Click here to read full article.