Kathryn Bernheimer discusses her work with Boulder Action for Soview Jewry, including work on the board of directors, being a mentor for an immigrant family, and her role in creating fundraisers for the organization. She talks about not only the cultural and economic adjustments that were necessary for the Russian Jewish immigrants whom BASJ helped resettle, but also about the influence that the immigrants had on her own developing Jewish identity. Other sections of the interview consider her former job as film and theater critic for the Daily Camera newspaper, books she has written about movies, and other jobs she has held.
This interview is one of a series of interviews about Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry (BASJ).
View DVD and time-indexed transcript at Carnegie Branch Library.