The Rinat Akhmetov Foundation’s Museum of Civilian Voices Launches a Series of Podcasts
The Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation launches a series of podcasts with interviews of famous historians, thinkers, and artists about the events taking place in Ukraine and the preservation of national memory.
In the first issue, Piotr Cywiński, the director of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, talks about what fascism and ruscism [or Russism] have in common, whether Russia’s actions can be considered as genocide of Ukrainians, and when, in his opinion, the war will end. Podcasts from the Museum of Civilian Voices are available for listening at the link bit.ly/3GeVEAX
The interviews will be published on the NV Podcasts platform of the NV media holding. This information partnership will help to inform the world about the events that Ukraine is going through more effectively in order to put an end to the war and prevent similar tragedies in the future.
The Museum of Civilian Voices of the Rinat Akhmetov Foundation is the world’s largest archive of stories from Ukrainian civilians who suffered from the war. Currently, the Museum’s collection includes more than 50,000 stories. Every story matters. Share your story too! You can do it in one of the listed ways:
— post your story on your Facebook page adding the hashtags #Civilian_Voices #share_your_story, and invite your friends to join in
— use the chatbot t.me/civilvoicesmuseum_bot in Telegram
— visit the Museum’s portal at https://civilvoicesmuseum.org/ and click Tell a Story button in the top right corner of the website
— telephone our toll-free hot line: 0 (800) 509 001