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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Arts & Culture

This winter, in conjunction with the exhibition Let My People Go, The Soviet Jewry Movement, 1967-1989, the Museum of Jewish Heritage—A Living Memorial to the Holocaust will look at the history of the movement through films and discussions with historians and authors.
On Sunday, January 22 at 2:30 p.m., Professor Henry Feingold will discuss the Soviet Exodus with journalist Gal Beckerman, the Forward’s opinion editor and the author of the critically acclaimed book When They Come for Us, We’ll Be Gone: The Epic Struggle to Save Soviet Jewry.
Professor Feingold wrote in his important book Silent No More: Saving the Jews of Russia, that, “In a sense, everything linked to the struggle to free Soviet Jewry, from the Jackson-Vanik Amendment to

“1,934 Days,” an original play  created by  Sivan Hadari – founder of Isramerica, a non-profit company that supports diverse Israeli and Jewish artists in New York – will debut at the Times Square International Theater Festival on January 18th, 21st and 22nd  at the Roy Arias Theatres & Studios located at 300 W. 43rd Street.  “This is an incredible opportunity and a very big honor,” says Hadari. “Out of hundreds of plays submitted from all over the world, 1,934 Days was one of only 15

The conference’s many distinguished lecturers will include Dr. David G. Marwell, Director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust (Photo credit: Melanie Einzig) Conference to Convene in NYC
Nov. 20-21 at Museum of Jewish Heritage
An impressive roster of international scholars, including Dalia Rabin and Special Envoy to the US State Department, Hannah Rosenthal, will come together on Sunday, Nov. 19 and Monday, Nov. 20 to look at the past 60 years of Holocaust education in Europe and the United States. This conference aims to recognize that Holocaust Education in the past often relied on survivors. As time goes on and survivors pass away, educators now need to

JV Exclusive Interview With NYT Bestselling Author Faye KellermanFaye Kellerman has written 28 books, including twenty New York Times bestselling mystery novels. She also happens to be a Torah-observant Jew.

With her latest novel, Gun Games, coming out this month, we at the Jewish Voice thought that now would be the perfect time to get to know Mrs. Kellerman better, and find out what makes her tick. We were curious as to how her background as an orthodox Jew influences the plots of her immensely popular detective novels, and her writing in general. Mrs

L to R: Museum trustees Rita Lerner and Walter Weiner with Museum Director Dr. David G. MarwellThe Museum of Jewish Heritage held its 23rd Annual Generation to Generation Dinner on Thursday, November 10, 2011 in Battery Place, New York. Over 350 guests attended this year›s Annual Dinner sponsored by the Museum›s Associates and Young Friends. The event brought together Holocaust survivors, their families, and friends to pay tribute to the six million Jews who perished while honoring those individuals who survived to rebuild their families and communities. Each year the Museum holds