In America, you have to kill someone to get 12 years in prison. In Russia, you may just have to teach Hebrew.

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In America, you have to kill someone to get 12 years in prison. In Russia, you may just have to teach Hebrew.
Name: Corporate (naf)
Name Part
Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry
Role
Role Term: Text (marcrelator)
Creator
Subject (fast)
Topic
Student movements
Subject (fast)
Topic
Jews, Soviet
Subject (fast)
Topic
Jews--Persecutions
Subject (fast)
Topic
Antisemitism
Subject (fast)
Topic
Political prisoners
Subject (fast)
Topic
Human rights
Subject (fast)
Topic
Hebrew language--Study and teaching
Subject (fast)
Topic
Refuseniks
Subject (fast)
Topic
Ethnic relations
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Kochubievskiĭ, Feliks Davydovich
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Mesh, Yaakov
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Elbert, Lev
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Eskin, Avigdor
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Begun, Yosif, 1932-
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Tarnopolsky, Yuri, 1936-
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Paritsky, Alexander
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Shnirman, Simon
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Mesh, Yaakov
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Elbert, Lev
Subject (fast)
Name: Corporate
Name Part
Union of Councils for Soviet Jews
Subject (fast)
Name: Personal
Name Part
Shnirman, Simon
Subject (fast)
Name: Corporate
Name Part
Tarbut Association for Jewish Self-Education in the USSR
Subject (fast)
Name: Corporate
Name Part
Simon Wiesenthal Center
Subject (fast)
Geographic
Soviet Union
Subject (fast)
Geographic
New York (State)--New York
Subject (fast)
Temporal
Nineteen eighties
Origin Information
Date Created (encoding="w3cdtf", keyDate="yes", qualifier="inferred")
1983
Abstract
Poster describing plight of various Soviet Jews imprisoned for teaching Hebrew and other Jewish educational activities and encouraging advocacy for Soviet Jewry, with photo of Hebrew teacher.
Note
Digitized by the Metropolitan New York Library Council as part of the Culture In Transit project, funded by a grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Type of Resource
text
Type of Resource
still image
Genre (aat)
posters
Physical Description
Extent
11.5" x 16"
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image/jp2
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reformatted digital
Language
Language Term: Code (ISO639-2B)
eng
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Title Information
Title
Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry Poster Collection
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Yeshiva University Archives
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yu_355-a-2
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Language Term: Code (ISO639-2B)
eng
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yeshiva:66