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Warsaw, Kiev & St. Petersburg

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Warsaw, Kiev & St. Petersburg

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JDC Ambassadors

More information: email or call Rebecca Neuwirth, Director of JDC Ambassadors, at rebeccan@jdcny.org or 212.885.0878

Warsaw, Poland (optional pre-add-on): April 18-21, 2013

Those who choose to come to Europe earlier can join in the commemorations of the 80th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetoo Uprising. JDC played a clandestine role during the war in smuggling food into the ghetto and arms to partisan fighters. Honor those who fought and died in the Uprising, which has become the symbol of Jewish resistance during the war.

Kiev & St. Petersburg: April 21-25, 2013

Kiev and St. Petersburg have become must-see tourist destinations, yet insight into real life in these cities remains obscured for visitors. JDC offers a very personal and deep lens on daily reality in these countries and the experience of Jews today.

Home to millions of Jews before the Second World War, Ukraine and Russia were sites of mass murder under Nazism. The tattered remains of communities faced suppression of religion under Communism and tasted freedom with the fall of the Soviet system.

We’ll meet Holocaust survivors and young changemakers who are rebuilding Jewish life, and be invited into homes and hearts.

For more details on this travel opportunity or for registration information, please contact: email or call Rebecca Neuwirth, Director of JDC Ambassadors, at rebeccan@jdcny.org or 212.885.0878

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