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New research by Dr. Adrian Zenz, senior fellow at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, reveals how Beijing is expanding its system of forced labor in Xinjiang while hiding it behind poverty alleviation programs. The findings are detailed in a… Read More

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation hosted Xi Van Fleet at the Victims of Communism Museum. It was an honor to discuss VOC’s mission and the importance of educating future generations on the brutality of the CCP’s regime.

The Victims of Communism Museum is proud to host a new temporary gallery, “Holodomor Then; Genocide Now; Justice When.” The exhibit, which was curated in partnership with the U.S. Committee for Ukrainian Holodomor Genocide Awareness and the Embassy of Ukraine,… Read More

An article in The Dispatch by Matthew Becker highlights the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation’s efforts to remember past and present victims of Marxist-Leninist ideology.

On September 19, Michael Sawkiw, Jr., Executive Vice President of the Ukrainian Congress Committee of America and former VOC Board Trustee, received the Order of Merit from Ukrainian President Zelenskyy for his work as a leader of the Ukrainian community… Read More

The Washington Post’s Evan Halper spoke with VOC’s Dr. Adrian Zenz on Uyghur-made products infiltrating global supply chains.

Born in Soviet-occupied Lithuania in 1954, Boris Hoffman grew up hearing the brutal stories of Stalin’s Gulag from his family, friends, and neighbors. Raised by parents who refused to join the communist party, and grandparents whose farm was collectivized by the state… Read More

The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation strongly condemns the unlawful detention and imprisonment of Dr. Gulshan Abbas by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and calls for her immediate and unconditional release.

In the Summer of 2017, my family’s world was shattered when we received news that 24 of my husband’s family members had gone missing, detained by the Chinese government. In September 2018, I dared to speak up about these unjust… Read More

On Friday September 8th, the fellows from the John Jay Institute’s fellowship program visited the Victims of Communism Museum for a tour and a lecture. VOC President Ambassador Andrew Bremberg spoke with the group about the modern day legacy of communism, the current threat, and how the free world can push back.