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Babi Yar survivor

moved back to Denver just under two years ago, I’m still having firsts. One was this past Sunday, when I attended Mizel Museum’s annual remembrance ceremony of the massacre of Kiev’s Jews in 1941. The ceremony took place at Babi Yar Memorial Park, an unlikely oasis tucked behind the busy arterials of Parker and Havana. There […]
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Shana Goldberg

IJN Assistant Publisher | shana@ijn.com

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