From Fallen to Freedom: Inside Jewish Russia

Washington, DC

May 9, 2012

An exclusive look into the transformation of Soviet Jewry with newly-released JDC archival photographs and a panel discussion with two authentic voices from Russia.

Where: The Russia House | 1800 Connecticut Avenue NW | Washington, DC

Event Chairs: Avery Budman and Michelle Gorman 

Featuring:

- A discussion with two, young, authentic Jewish voices from Russia

- Complimentary vegetarian appetizers + drinks

Speakers:

Yasha Moz, was born and raised in Ekaterinburg, Russia. He was actively involved in the Jewish community first as a Jewish camp counselor and then through his local Hillel center where he coordinated programs and eventually became the youngest Hillel Director to date. Yasha moved to the US with his family in 2006. Since then he has been working at Hillel International as the Assistant Director of International Operations.

Ekaterina Potapova, works as the Deputy Director for Community Development for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) in St. Petersburg, Russia. In Russia, Katya runs Lehava - The Flame Leadership Initiative, an innovative JDC project to foster a new generation of young and creative Jewish leaders.

 

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Event Location


The Russia House
1800 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009

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