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Russian Jews Today

Hosted By: Jewish Study Center

Given the rich and complex Jewish history in the Russian Empire under the Czars, in Soviet times, and now with Vladimir Putin at the country’s helm, Jewish life in the Russian Federation remains a subject of great interest. Mark Levin, who has directly followed developments in the USSR from the 1980s up through the present, will address the current situation of Russian Jews.

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Mark B. Levin

Mark B. Levin is Executive Vice-Chairman and CEO of the National Coalition Supporting Eurasian Jewry (NCSEJ) since 1992 and is one of the Jewish community’s leading experts on Russia and the former Soviet Union. He travels extensively throughout the former Soviet region on a frequent basis. His first trip to Russia was in 1982 when he led a U.S. Congressional delegation to meet with Soviet officials and Jewish activists.
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Jewish Study Center

The Jewish Study Center offers a wide array of classes and programs of Jewish content and invites anyone, regardless of background, to learn, grow and socialize with our community of learners. Our classes include text study in Bible, Mishna, Talmud, and Midrash, as well as courses in Jewish arts and culture, ethics, history, and philosophy. Courses regularly apply Jewish tradition to issues of social action, politics, interpersonal relationships, and work.
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