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HOLODOMOR: METAGENOCIDE IN UKRAINE ― ITS ORIGINS AND WHY IT'S NOT OVER

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Affiliations: 1: (New York, USA) * Peter Borisow is the son of Ukrainians whose entire families were killed between 1921 and 1933 and who emigrated to the United States after World War II. He is a graduate of New York University (history), and his career has spanned the arts as well as trade and finance. He lived in Europe for twenty years and speaks English, Ukrainian and Italian. He is the President of a privately held firm specializing in analysis and management of risk in film finance. He is also the President of the Hollywood Trident Foundation, which promotes Ukraine and Ukrainians in the film industry and supports films about Ukrainian subjects. The actor Jack Palance was the foundation's Chairman from its inception until his death. His widow, Elaine Palance, is now Vicepresident. Mr. Borisow is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Center for U.S. Ukrainian Relations. He travels frequently to Ukraine and is an advisor to the Head of the Film Department at the Ministry of Culture. He is active in Holodomor recognition and education.

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