American Soviet Jewry Movement Related Collections at Other Institutions
University of Denver
Committee of Concerned Citizens for Soviet Jews in Denver, 1968-1991
Charles Colson Papers. Click here for the finding aid.
Yeshiva University Archives
Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington
Voices of the Vigil: Documenting the Soviet Jewry Movement
Archival collecting, oral histories, traveling exhibition, curriculum for students, Living History production, public programs, publications.
Involvement in the Soviet Jewry Movement, online presentation by Louis Rosenblum.
The Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism Records, 1960-1983
Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism Photographs, 1965-1977
Louis Rosenblum Papers, 1964-2004
Cleveland Council on Soviet Anti-Semitism Audio Tapes
University of Washington Libraries Special Collections
Leonard Schroeter Papers. Click here for the finding aid.
Beyond the Pale: A reunion between President Mikhail Gorbachev & Secretary of State George Shultz, moderated by Charlie Rose. March 29, 2009. Click here to view online.
The Archive of the Jewish Aliya Movement in the USSR, is a voluntary organization devoted to gathering and preserving the personal archives of former refusniks, prisoners of Zion and aliyah activists.
Read about the American Soviet Jewry Movement on My Jewish Learning.com