tag: American Soviet Jewry Movement

  • American Jewish Congress members at Soviet Jewry Solidarity Day.

    1968

  • Demonstration Speak out for Soviet Jews in Stern Grove, San Francisco.

    1969

  • Freedom Assembly for Soviet Jews in Washington, D.C.

    1973

  • Rally for Soviet Jewry in Washington, D.C.

    1977

  • Montefiore seniors participating in a vigil for Anatoly Sharansky in San Francisco.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Solidarity Sunday. Left to right: Morris Abram (Chairman of National Conference on Soviet Jewry), Ed Koch (former Mayor of New York City) and Anatoly Sharansky.

    Late 20th century

  • A bus being decorated with a Soviet Jewry Movement banner in Washington, D.C.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • Simhat Torah demonstration in San Francisco.

    1983

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • National rabbinic leaders being arrested for demonstrating in front of the Soviet Embassy.

    1986

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    Late 20th century

  • Soviet Jewry Movement poster.

    20th century

  • Helen Drook, Former Assistant Director of Immigrant Services at the UJA Federation of New York currently Senior Staff Attorney with the Immigrant Protection Unit New York Legal Assistance Group, speaks on her experiences as a Jewish child in the Soviet Union.

    1999


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