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Mikhail Landman grew up in Dushanbe, Tajikistan, and emigrated to the United States in 1991. He describes his family’s experiences during World War II, his childhood and education in the Soviet Union, the development of his Jewish identity, and his … Continue reading
Mary Hey, one of the founders and the former president of the Boulder Sister Cities Program, talks about the mission of the program – to foster greater understanding between American and Soviet people – and the many years of effort … Continue reading
A dual interview with William Cohen and Mary Hey regarding the inception of Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry as it coincided with the development of the Soviet Sister City Program. After twenty-four years, Cohen and Hey discuss and analyze collisions … Continue reading
In this interview Rebecca Bradley discusses her involvement in the efforts of Boulder Action for Soviet Jewry. Among other related topics, she describes the two trips she took to the former Soviet Union, the many connections she helped forge that … Continue reading