Memorial to Ukrainian famine of 1932-33 installed in Washington, DC

Image Source:  Ukraine Today

Image Source: Ukraine Today

Holodomor Memorial

A memorial to victims of the famine in Soviet Ukraine which struck in 1932 and 1933 has been installed in Washington, a short distance from the US Capitol.

The famine it commemorates is known in Ukraine as Holodomor. Like a number of historians of recent years, including the late Robert Conquest and Yale professor Timothy Snyder, the memorial calls the famine a genocide which was intentionally carried out by the regime of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
— Ukraine Today

The sculpture of the Holodomor Memorial was installed in Washington, DC

Image Source: Embassy of Ukraine

Holodomor Memorial

On August 4, 2015 the sculpture of the Holodomor Memorial was installed in the very heart of Washington, DC near the U.S. Capitol. The event was attended by Valeriy Chaly, Ambassador of Ukraine to the USA, Larysa Kurylas, Artist, Michael Sawkiw, U.S. Committee for Ukrainian Holodomor Genocide Awareness 1932-1933, Mary Katherine Lanzillotta, Hartman-Cox Architects, as well as representatives of Forrester Construction Company and Laran Bronze Foundry.
— Embassy of Ukraine in the United States of America