May 12, 2022, 7:00 pm
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Russian Jews were given the freedom to leave or stay. Those who remained showed a characteristic Jewish propensity for entrepreneurship. With the support of Jewish businessmen, powerful religious associations arose: Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia, Congress of Jewish Communities of Russia, etc. Jewish elementary, secondary and higher schools appeared, as well as the Programs of Jewish Studies at the most prestigious Russian universities. The recent events, however, have called this heyday into question. Join Professor Arkady Kovelman from Moscow State University.
This program is virtual only.
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