#unheard is a new project of the museum
The middle of the 20th century in the history of Ukraine was the time of large scale social disasters. Over the long time, the voices of eye-witnesses of the Nazi and Soviet regimes have been ignored, considered inconvenient to mention, and unheard. Today, their stories are an important source not only for our comprehension of the traumatic past, but also for better understanding of current reality. The #непочуті [#unheard] is the follow-up and extension of the oral history project “Living History” run by the museum.
Our key objective is to document and preserve memories of eye-witnesses of the 1930–1950s events, so that they voiced to future generations on the tragic chapters of history.
We intend to design an online platform offering access for researchers. The oral history project the #непочуті [#unheard] is pen for cooperation with academic institutions, NGOs, and mass media.
If you or your family were eye-witnesses of the 1930–1950 sevents in Lviv or in any other locations in Ukraine and ready to share the experience, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (032) 261-01-89