Social Justice Advocate/ESL Teacher Visits Canadian Museum of Human Rights

For once in my life, I felt that the suffering of my people was recognized and commemorated with dignity.

Statue of a girl holding two wheat stalks in the Canadian Museum of Human Rights
“…replica of a girl clenching two stalks of wheat in her hands. The original is located at Holodomor Memorial Museum, Kyiv, Ukraine.”

On her blog, Reclaiming the Language for Social Justice, Ukrainian-born ESL teacher, Dr. Ruslana Westerlund, shares her reflections on the interactive dynamics of language, power, and genocide in her post, My Visit to the Canadian Museum of Human Rights.

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