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Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab Presents “My Perestroika”

Join Post-Soviet Graffiti in its 2013 venture: Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab. Cinema Tov is a year-long interdisciplinary exploration of Jewish identity through a series of lenses — from what it means to be Black and Jewish to how [...]

July 29, 2013 The Street

Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab Presents “Refusenik”

Join Post-Soviet Graffiti, Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab, the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue, and the Janice Charach Gallery for a screening of the 2009 film “Refusenik,” Directed by Laura Bialis. We also welcome special guest Irina Yufa, who will speak [...]

July 23, 2013 The Street

Exhibition and Sale: “Let My People Go: The Soviet Jewry Movement 1967-1989”

Belarus! Russia! Hungary! Latvia! Poland! Ukraine! The Czech Republic! Come to see, hear, read, speak, and learn about alternative avenues of expression and public dissent culture in the post-Soviet region. From 8 June through 25 July. At Detroit’s Janice Charach Gallery, Post-Soviet Graffiti [...]

June 13, 2013 The Street