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Nadiya Savchenko's mother and Marianna ZajacAn informative meeting featuring Nadiya Savchenko’s lawyer Mark Feygin and special guest – Nadiya Savchenko’s mother, Mrs.Maria Savchenko was held at the Ukrainian Museum in NYC on April 20th, organized by the UNWLA.

Mark Feygin spoke about Nadiya’s current situation.

Nadiya’s birthday on May 11th, is a target date for the defense team.  The attorneys request that, on this specific day, the diaspora disseminate information about her imprisonment .  Mr Feygin suggests contacting President Obama and US Secretary of State John Kerry as well as other politicians to ask them to support Nadiya’s release.

Mrs Savchenko spoke emotionally about her daughter. Listening to this humble woman describe the horrors of her daughters plight , as well as her unbroken  bravery was very touching for the whole audience. She shared many personal stories of Nadiya, stories underscoring Nadiya’s patriotism and bravery.

UNWLA President Marianna Zajac gifted Mrs Savchenko four issues of the UNWLA magazine-“Our Life” – the issues which featured articles on Nadiya , Nadiya’s personal letter to the UNWLA and her own artwork.

Roksolana Misilo
Vice President Public Relations
UNWLA


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March 2015

Marianna Zajac

Marianna Zajac
UNWLA President

In September of 2014, at the annual meeting of the UNWLA National Board, newly elected Board members discussed their vision for our organization and fine-tuned our mission statement: “Uniting women of Ukrainian descent and affiliation in service, friendship, and dedication in order to promote and develop educational and cultural efforts as well as humanitarian assistance to Ukrainians worldwide.” The UNWLA’s mission has remained steadfast throughout its history; however, the newest members of the Board were able to introduce their own spirit into this statement.

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Jacques Hnizdovsky Flora & Fauna Centennial Exhibition
March 22, 2015

Branch 75

Members of  New Jersey  Branch 75 during ‘Jacques Hnizdovsky, Flora and Fauna Centennial Exhibition’ celebrating the 100th anniversary of the artist's birth.

An authorized one day exhibition and sale of woodcuts, linocuts, etchings, drawings, watercolors, oil paintings and tapestries  from the artist's estate, was set in a gallery-like setting at the Ukrainian American Cultural Center of New Jersey.  Guests were welcomed with champagne and hors d’oeuvres. They were able to mingle, enjoy the artwork, as well as see the official Hnizdovsky web site and a running film depicting the artist at work.

RM and ND at Hnizdovsky Exhibit

Hnizdowsky Exhibition co-chair Nusia Denysyk and Branch 75 President Roksolana Misilo in front of Jacques Hnizdovsky's work- Palmetto.


War devastates lives! Help us rebuild Ukrainian lives!


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UNWLA Establishes “AID TO UKRAINIAN WAR VICTIMS PROGRAM”

The Ukrainian National Women’s League of America (UNWLA) announces the launching of its humanitarian “Aid to Ukrainian War Victims Program”. Contribute Today! Aid to Ukrainian War Victims Fund

Make checks payable to:  UNWLA War Victims Fund
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Every donation will be applied directly to the “UNWLA Ukrainian War Victims Fund”

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The Ukrainian Museum in New York City

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The Ukrainian Museum relies on its members and friends to support its exhibitions, programs, collections conservation, and operations. Learn more about how you can support the Museum.

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Our Purpose

The purpose of UNWLA, Inc. is to unite women of Ukrainian descent and those affiliated with the Ukrainian community.


International Relations and Beginnings of Ukrainian Women’s Organizations Beyond the Borders of Ukraine

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UNWLA Supports Women's Studies with Endowment Read more about the UNWLA Endowment Fund Combating Violence Against Women in Ukraine

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UNWLA Supports Women's Studies with Endowment
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Euromaidan — Ukraine's Revolution of Dignity, 2015 Calendar
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2015 Calendar

This 2015 wall calendar titled Euromaidan — Ukraine's Revolution of Dignity uses vibrant photography to chronicle the events of Euromaidan in winter 2013-2014.

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The Ukraine Conflict and Wartime Gender-Based Violence: A UNWLA/WFUWO Forum

WFUWO President, Irene Orysia Sushko, Named One of Canada’s Top 25 Women of Influence

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Field of Wheat
Memorial to the Victims of Holodomor

Interview with the architect Larysa Kurylas


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Ukrainian National Women’s League of America, Inc., is a non profit, tax exempt organization under IRS Code Section 501 ( c ) 3 and your contributions are tax deductible within the limits of IRS law.
UNWLA is a Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) organization. UNWLA’s CFC
 number is 10325.
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