Victims or Victors?

May 21, 2020 $360.00 0
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(Courtesy photo)
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For many years after the State of Israel was founded, Jews living in the Soviet Union were denied the right to make aliyah. Those who protested were known as “refuseniks” and were subjected to brutal interrogations and imprisonment. In an unparalleled and inspiring unification, Jews across the world protested the Soviet government and demanded they let their people go.

Refusenik, activist and JNF executive director of national major donor advancement Marina Furman will share her incredible story of survival and hope. A warrior and a mother, she will recount her fierce battle to protect her family and lend us all a bit of her personal strength and resilience.

Marina will be in conversation with Steven Shalowitz, host of Jewish National Fund’s “IsraelCast.”

Suggested minimum contribution of $360 to JNF’s 2020 campaign. Every gift made at this event will be matched, up to $1 million, thanks to a generous donation from Roma Wittcoff from Phoenix, AZ.

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Thursday, May 21, 2020, 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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