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Exhibition “The Neglected Genocide” opened in Cherkasy

On 8 of November a seminar for teachers and opening of the “The Neglected Genocide. The Fate of Roma in the Nazi Occupied Ukraine” exhibition was held in the Cherkasy Regional Museum Of Local Lore. The Exhibition is open from 8 to 22 of November 2019.

Resources:

1. [Episode of the exhibition opening by Cherkasy TV Channel “Ildana” (in Ukrainian)]

2. [Report about the exhibition opening on the website of Cherkasy Regional State Administration (in Ukrainian)]

3. [Agenda of the seminar for teachers (in Ukrainian)]

4. [Programme of the exhibition opening (in Ukrainian)]

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Opening of the exhibition

Seminar for teachers

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