Olga Grigoryants is a multimedia reporter from Moscow who is now based in Los Angeles.
By Olga Grigoryants
How to avoid conflict on Victory Day? Take away the microphone.
The annual parade of former Soviet Jews in West Hollywood is scrapped to avoid Russian-Ukrainian tensions
Why some Holocaust survivors mourn Ukraine, while others support Putin.
When the Nazis invaded the Soviet Union, Roza Nemirovskaya, then 16 years old, was forced to flee her hometown Ternivka in western Ukraine before hundreds of Jews were slaughtered and buried in a mass grave. Not in her worst nightmare, she said, could she have imagined another devastating war in her homeland during her lifetime….
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