There’s only one place in New York City where you can find such a diverse, motivated group of people coming together to meet, learn, and discuss projects impacting Ukrainians worldwide. That place is the Razom Annual Meeting.
On October 13th at the Civic Hall in New York’s Chelsea at the Razom Annual Meeting 2018, the hall on the 12th floor reminded me of a hive, a home-like Ukrainian hive in the heart of New York’s concrete jungle. For the fourth consecutive year Razom for Ukraine reported on their progress. More than 100 Ukrainians of the last migration wave and Americans of Ukrainian descent came to listen and support Razom. Another 600 watched the online stream on the Social Media.
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In the evening, after the Annual Meeting presentations and workshops, Razom Culture hosted a program that gave everyone chance to experience contemporary music, art and fashion. Throughout the evening, the artistry in the room reflected the eclectic mix of the individuals at the event with art installations throughout the hall, cartoon projections on the wall, a fashion presentation and musical sets spanning many different styles.