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The Russian Invasion of Ukraine: Resources at the Library of Congress
"The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the latest violent development in a long and turbulent history in the land of the steppes, and the Library has international resources on the region that go back for hundreds of years."
Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online
"A group of cultural heritage professionals working together to identify and archive at-risk web sites, digital content, and data in Ukrainian cultural heritage institutions while the country is under attack."
Ukrainian Club of Syracuse University
"This club strives to help all Ukrainian students on campus and all its members by being a friendly organization where they can feel at home and help promote shared ideals."
Ukrainian Congress Committee of America
"Since 1940, UCCA has enabled the Ukrainian-American community to generate the political capital and momentum needed to aid the people of Ukraine."
Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA
"The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA (UOC of USA) is a jurisdiction of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in the United States."
The Ukrainian Weekly
"The Ukrainian Weekly was founded in 1933 to serve the Ukrainian American community and to function as a vehicle for communication of that community’s concerns to the general public in the United States. It is the official English-language publication of the Ukrainian National Association."
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Putin, Ukraine, and What’s Likely to Happen
This is a video recording of an hour-long seminar hosted by the Library of Congress' Kluge Institute and the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Recorded just before Russia invaded.