Growing up in the Soviet Union, the author of ‘I Named My Dog Pushkin’ faced prejudice and deprivation. Her daughter’s life here is better (kind of).
This Jewish community in Madrid came together for Rosh Hashanah.
Catalonia’s Pyrenees mountains offered refuge to thousands, hiking through knee-deep snow and ice and avoiding Nazi border patrols.
You’d think people who left their homeland to escape anti-Semitism — and whose families include victims of the Holocaust and the Gulag — would see the signs.
As a Jewish teenager leaving the Soviet Union, Margarita Gokun Silver had high expectations of the West — until she boarded an Austrian train.