Russian-American Jews reconnect with the motherland, in New Jersey
At Limmud FSU’s annual Jewish learning conference in Princeton, New Jersey, second-generation Russian-Jewish immigrants find common ground and plenty of reasons to sing.
The lectures on Communist rabbis, kosher lust and the Siege of Leningrad are being held in the Sholem Aleichem Room, while the art gallery and wine tasting is in the Joseph Brodsky Room. Yoga is being taught by a woman named Irina, while optional Sabbath services are being led by the former cantor of the Moscow Choral Synagogue.
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