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Exhibit Chronicles Ukrainian Famine

“Not to be Forgotten — A Chronicle of the Communist Inquisition in Ukraine, 1917-1991” is on display at D.C.’s Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library.

The exhibit features 70 large pictorial panels that chronicle crimes in the Ukraine in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Ukrainian famine-genocide of 1930-33, in which an estimated 7 million to 10 million people lost their lives as a result of a manmade famine. Materials from the KGB archives are included in the exhibition, which is being presented by D.C.’s Ukrainian-American community.

“Not to be Forgotten” is on display through Dec. 1 in the A-level galleries of the MLK library, located at 901 G St. NW. The exhibit is free and open to the public.

District of Columbia Is Cleaning Up Leaves

The District of Columbia Department of Public Works will begin collecting leaves today.

Department personnel will clear leaves from public and private property in each District zone at least twice through Jan. 10, 2004. Additionally, bagged leaves will be collected from designated collection sites.

A brochure detailing the leaf collection program, including leaf pickup times and collection sites, has been mailed to D.C. households. To view the brochure online, go to _facts.shtml.

— Amy Carlile

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