Each year, Manor College is proud to host two Ukraine Dialogues where members of the Ukrainian-American community can join together to discuss critical issues that are facing Ukraine. Regardless of whether the dialogues are in-person or virtual, they are engaging, patriotic displays of affection for Ukraine and its people.
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Coming Up – May 5 at 6:30pm on Zoom
Constitutions of the US & Ukraine: Enduring Foreign Aggression
As Russia wages an unprovoked war on Ukraine, we will hear how the constitutions empower and protect, and how the longevity of democracy is rooted in well articulated foundational beliefs.
Federal Judge Bohdan Futey, Senior Judge of the United States Court of Federal Claims.
Judge William Stickman, United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania
Dr. Olya Yarychkivska ‘07, Co-Founder and Board Member of Razom, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Rockefeller University, Co-Founder, Coordinator, Children, We Will Make It
Moderated by Ambassador Roman Popadiuk, American diplomat, the first United States Ambassador to Ukraine under George H.W. Bush Administration
Ukraine Dialogue – 30 Years of Ukrainian Independence – Part II – Linguistic, Financial and Religious Implications – Watch the Replay Here
Ukraine Dialogue – 30 Years of Ukrainian Independence – Part I – Russian Invasion and Military Relationship with the U.S. – Learn More Here
Ukrainian Dialogue – Zelenskyy’s 1st Year Leading – Watch the Replay Here
Ukrainian Dialogue – Hacking and the New Russia – Learn More Here
Ukraine Dialogue – Moving Beyond the Failed Minsk Process and Ending Russia’s war in Ukraine
Ukrainian Dialogue – America’s Relationship & Moral Obligation
Ukrainian Dialogue – Education as the Battlefront for Democracy – Learn More Here