By Leah Moses
‘Russian’ Immigrants, In Search of a Communal Identity
In Russia we were called “Zhids.” Here in America we are called “Russians.” Why is it that no one, including ourselves, seems to be calling us what we are: Jews? At the first annual “Russian Heritage Week,” held in June in New York with Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s blessing, the best and brightest of our community…
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