Today, October 14, Ukrainians celebrate the Feast of the Protection of Our Most Holy Lady (Покрова) and the Defender of Ukraine Day (День Захисників Вітчизни). According to Eastern Orthodox tradition, the apparition of Mary the Theotokos occurred during one of
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On September 24, 2019, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and First Lady Olena Zelensky met with representatives of the Ukrainian-American community at the Ukrainian Institute of America in New York.
The Ottendorfer Branch of the New York Public Library in East Village has received a collection of seventy five titles from Dukh-I-Litera publishing house.
New titles in Ukrainian include Svetlana Alexievich, Patriarch Bartholomew, Pope Francis. Maidan speaks in many voices of History in Testimonies. Ola Hnatiuk writes about Lviv in World War II. Valentyn Sylvestrov talks about music.
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Take a tour of the Ukrainian Institute of America as part of the 17th Annual Open House New York Weekend, America’s largest architecture and design event.
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Journalist and The New York Times bestselling author Adam Higginbotham (“Midnight in Chernobyl”) who presented his book at the Ukrainian Institute of America was interviewed by Terry Gross today on NPR’s “Fresh Air.” You can listen to the interview on the WNYC website.
Congratulations to Ukraine’s under-20 national soccer team that on June 15 in Poland defeated South Korea, 3–1, in the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup finals, winning the first-ever gold in this tournament for Ukraine.
We congratulate all of our newly-appointed Officers and welcome our newly-elected Directors.