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American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (1964-1980)

 Organization

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

American Jewish Committee, 1968-1978

 File
Identifier: B093.01.0001.0004
Overview Various materials related to the American Jewish Committee and the American Conference on Soviet Jewry. American Jewish Committee is a Jewish advocacy group established on November 11, 1906. It is one of the oldest Jewish advocacy organizations. The American Conference on Soviet Jewry was a coordinating body to advocate on behalf of Soviet Jews, organized in 1964.
Dates: 1968-1978

American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, 1968-1978

 File
Identifier: B093.01.0002.0027
Overview Materials related to the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry. In 1964 national Jewish organizations met at the Wilshire Hotel in Washington DC. They agree to launch an ad hoc American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ), a coordinating body to advocate on behalf of Soviet Jews.
Dates: 1968-1978

American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry, 1968-1978

 File
Identifier: B093.01.0002.0028
Overview Materials related to the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry. In 1964 national Jewish organizations met at the Wilshire Hotel in Washington DC. They agree to launch an ad hoc American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry (AJCSJ), a coordinating body to advocate on behalf of Soviet Jews.
Dates: 1968-1978

Box 2, 1968-1978

 File — Box: B093.01.0002
Identifier: B093.01.0002
Overview Various materials related to the Colorado Committee of Concern for Soviet Jewry.
Dates: 1968-1978

Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry, 1968-1978

 File
Identifier: B093.01.0005.0022
Overview Washington Committee for Soviet Jewry: Memos to members, Publications "The Vigil" newsletter," "The White Book of Exodus." "The White Book of Exodus" was issued byJewsh activists in the Soviet Union, accompanied by personal letters and appeals. It was smuggled out to the West and published by the American Jewish Conference on Soviet Jewry in 1972.
Dates: 1968-1978