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Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Box 5, 1968-1978

 File — Box: B093.01.0005
Identifier: B093.01.0005

(36) file folders include: Prisoners of Conscience; Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry; Congressional reports and legislation; General correspondence; Newspaper clippings. The Union of Councils for Soviet Jews. The Union created massive lists of Refuseniks and political prisoners in the Soviet Union (Prisoners of Conscience)." The Union set up action committees in cities across the U.S. and began the "Adopt a Prisoner" program. The Colorado Committee was a member of the Union of Councils.

Dates: 1968-1978

Congressional Reports (1 of 2), 1968-1978

Identifier: B093.01.0005.0017

Congressional Reports containing information on Soviet Jewry legislation.

Dates: 1968-1978

Congressional Reports (2 of 2), 1968-1978

Identifier: B093.01.0005.0018

Congressional Reports containing legislation regarding Refuseniks.

Dates: 1968-1978

U.S. Congress - Mills-Vanik Bill, 1972-1975

Identifier: B093.01.0005.0016

Contains materials on the Jackson-Vanik 1974 Trade Act Amendment that in part made trade between the United States and the Soviet Union conditioned upon Soviets relaxing restrictions on Jewish emigration. The bill in the House of Representatives was the Mills-Vanik and in the Senate was the Jackson bill. Members of the Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry pushed for the Amendment to prevent the Soviet Union from charging exorbitant fees to Soviet Jews trying to emigrate.

Dates: 1972-1975

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