Kiev, 1994

From May 22 through 29, 1994, 300 Jewish women from all over the world met in Kiev to “reconnect for the first time,” at an international conference of Jewish women. Approximately 200 came from small towns and provinces in Ukraine and Russia; including Siberia and Birobidzan. The women from the “West” were primarily from the U.S., plus representatives from Israel, England, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand and Switzerland.

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