Sisene kasutajana

Anneta TNP Toetusfondi

Toeta siin Vaba Eesti Sõna!

Donate here to Vaba Eesti Sõna!

Otsing

Digiteeritud eesti ajalehed

digilehed

Please ask your Representatives for their support

 

Washington, DC (JBANC) - Baltic Caucus co-chairman Rep. John Shimkus (R-IL) introduced the “Black Ribbon Day” resolution in the U.S. House of Represen-tatives on July 16. The legislation supports the designation of August 23 as a day of remembrance to recognize the victims of Soviet Communist and Nazi regimes.

erku juhatusFront row: Executive Board President Marju Rink-Abel, Krista Altok-Tassa, Ülle Ederma, Ambassador of Estonia Marina Kaljurand; back row: Viiu Vanderer, Marju Kõrts Third Secretary (Economic Affairs), Erik Puskar, Arved Plaks, Oleg Dmitrijev First Secretary(Political Affairs), Tanel Sepp (Deputy Chief of Mission), and Eric Suuberg. Not on photo Maia Linask.                                              Foto: Lembi Harris

 

The Executive Board of the Estonian American National Council gathered in Washington as a precursor of the annual meeting of all the council members. The occasion was to attend a reception at the residence of the ambassador of Estonia, her Excellency Marina Kaljurand.  

P1120979The Estonian American National Council held its annual meeting on September 14, 2013, at the Estonian Embassy in Washington DC.  Featured agenda items were EANC’s 2014 activities, which include its continued support for Estonian America youth organizations such as the boy scouts, girl guides and Long Island children’s summer camp, and on the political front, financial and leadership support for the Joint Baltic American National Council (JBANC) and cooperation with the Central Eastern European Coalition.  In addition, EANC has pledged support for Sky Films’ documentary film about the Estonian Song Festival, “To Breathe As One.”

okt2009lehegapiibelehesall1Nancy Bush,  an avid American knitter, became an enthusiast of Estonian handicrafts when she found a book at the Salt Lake City Library about 20 years ago. The book was printed in Russian in 1956 and talked about Estonian Folk Costumes. At the end of the book she encountered pictures of beautiful mittens and socks from different Estonian counties. It was love at first sight. .
Since then she has become further acquainted with the Estonian handicraft culture through other books, magazines and meeting with Estonians abroad and in Estonia.  She found the magazine Triinu, which was published by Estonians abroad, a treasure chest. Nancy Bush has become a devoted promulgator of Estonian handicrafts through her famous knitting seminars, the prestigious handicraft magazine Piece Work and her books written about Estonian knitting traditions. Piece Work magazine has published her stories, pictures and patterns of the Estonian knitting culture, the stories of World War II Estonian refugees’ handicraft work and the Haapsalu lace shawl.

Arved Plaks Stanford

In the photo Arved Plaks

 

Thoughts Inspired By The Conference At The Stanford University On June 27 Concurrent With LEP-ESTO

One advantage of living in hot Texas is this. On my way to San Francisco I did not finish my cup of coffee by time I arrived at the airport parking lot. But when I returned a week later from ESTO, the coffee in the car was just as hot as when I left it.

laulupidu markamisaeg

Märkamisaeg. Foto: Mihkel Maripuu/Postimees

 

The U.S. Embassy congratulates all Estonians as they celebrate their restoration of independence. On August 20, 1991, after more than 50 years of illegal occupation, the Estonian Supreme Council declared the re-establishment of Estonia as an independent state. Though today the exciting events of this day in 1991 seem inevitable, we must never forget the grave risk thousands of Estonians took as they stepped forward and peacefully asserted their right to live in a free and independent country.

ERR News - Countless flags - and drinking glasses - were raised across Estonia on August 20, in honor of Re-Independence Day, the natio-nal holiday marking the day in 1991 when the country officially broke away from Moscow after nearly a half century of Soviet rule.
On August 20 of that year, with Soviet special forces troops surrounding the Tallinn TV Tower and an attempted coup d'état taking place in Russia, Estonia's then legislature, the Supreme Soviet, proclaimed the restoration of the country's independence.
The TV Tower, which the Soviet forces stormed the following day but famously failed to shut down, was this year hosting one of the holiday's larger public events.

Estonian diplomat Marten Kokk has been named the new head of the budget committee of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

Tellimine

"Vaba Eesti Sõna" PDF-i täisversioon on tasuline. Kasutajakonto saamiseks tuleb täita tellimus. Maksmise ja tellimise info vaata sisukorrast Lehe tellimine. Tasuda saate krediitkaardiga PayPal'i kaudu siit.

Full PDF version of the paper costs $60 per year. To open your account, please click for more info Lehe tellimine. You can pay directly through PayPal. This is the safer, easier way to pay online.

Toeta ajalehte

Toeta siin Vaba Eesti Sona!

Donate here to Vaba Eesti Sõna!

Eesti Rahvuskomitee

eanc logo

NY Eesti Maja

em logo

Eesti Abistamiskomitee

erc logo

Järvemetsa Fund

2014 metsavaim

ESFUSA

eutf logo

Eesti Arhiiv USA's

eausa logo

LA Eesti Maja

laem logo

Kanada Metsaülikool

metsaulikool logo