A discussion in New York: Viewing the Ukrainian-Jewish relationship within historical contexts

NEW YORK – The historic development of the Ukrainian-Jewish discourse, the need for a greater understanding of history and its contexts, as well as the current political situation in Ukraine were discussed during a wide-ranging…

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Limmud-FSU in Jerusalem: New perspectives on Ukrainian-Jewish history

Limmud FSU, an educational festival that advances the cultural identity and heritage of Russian- and Ukrainian-speaking Jews, convened in Jerusalem 20-22 December 2018 and drew over one thousand attendants. The Canadian philanthropic foundation Ukrainian Jewish…

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Between the “Whites” and the “Reds”: Who carried out pogroms against the Jews during the Civil War?

Editor’s note: In 21-23 November 1918, an estimated 52-150 Jews were killed in a pogrom in Lviv during the Polish-Ukrainian War that followed World War One. In honor of the 100 year-anniversary of this horrific…

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