Article examines Ukrainian Easter egg tradition
CWN - March 30, 2012
The Catholic Near East Welfare Association’s magazine explores the Ukrainian tradition of pysanky, or decorated Easter eggs, noting that during the Communist era, the decoration of eggs--banned by the Soviet regime--became a symbol of national resistance.
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