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Creator:  New York Legal Coalition for Soviet Jewry.Requires cookie*
 Title:  The Soviet Union in the Dock: Violations of International and Soviet Law  
 Dates:  1977 
 Call No:  1991.010 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of a binder entitled "The Soviet Union in the Dock: Violations of International and Soviet Law", which is comprised of eight legal briefs prepared by members of the New York Legal Coalition for Soviet Jewry. Also included in the work are accounts of the treatment of some Jewish Prisoners of Conscience while in the U.S.S.R. 
 Size:  1 folder 
 Subjects:  International law -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Refuseniks | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy 
Creator:  Commission of Inquiry on the Rights of Soviet JewsRequires cookie*
 Title:  Commission of Inquiry on the Rights of Soviet Jews collection  
 Dates:  1971 
 Call No:  2012.003 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of reports and other documents presented at hearings of the Commission of Inquiry on the Rights of Soviet Jews, held on June 22, 1971. 
 Size:  .5 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Antisemitism -- Soviet Union | International law -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Refuseniks | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy | Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations 
Creator:  Laufer, Leo ; Laufer, ShirleyRequires cookie*
 Title:  Leo and Shirley Laufer Soviet Jewry collection  
 Dates:  1970-2006 
 Call No:  2008.001 
 Abstract:  Shirley and Leo Laufer were a couple from Dallas, Texas, who worked diligently to help Soviet Jews escape from the Soviet Union. They wrote to refuseniks and encouraged others to do so as well, and they helped immigrants to the United States find homes and jobs. The collection consists of correspondence, notes, articles, leaflets, booklets and bulletins belonging to the Laufers. 
 Size:  0.25 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Soviet Union -- Social conditions | Refuseniks -- Case studies | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy | Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations 
Creator:  Hoffman-Bialek, SheilaRequires cookie*
 Title:  Sheila Bialek collection on Lillian Hoffman Soviet Jewry activism  
 Dates:  2010-2011 
 Call No:  2010.004 
 Abstract:  Lillian Hoffman was born and lived in Denver, Colorado, and was active in numerous philanthropic causes throughout her life, in particular, Soviet Jewry. The collection consists of a six-volume work compiled by Hoffman's daughter Sheila Bialek to document her mother's life and work in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Hoffman's Soviet Jewry activism. Video recordings of recollections of Hoffman by former Soviet refuseniks and Soviet Jewry activists, as well as several news articles about an event Bialek held in East Hampton, N.Y. in August, 2010 to honor of her mother's accomplishments, are also included. 
 Size:  .5 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Freedom From Tyranny | Jewish women -- United States -- Biography | Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Jews -- United States -- Politics and government | Political activists -- United States | Soviet Union -- Emigration and Immigration -- Government policy | Soviet Union -- Ethnic relations 
Creator:  Kenvin, Helene SchwartzRequires cookie*
 Title:  Helene Schwartz Kenvin collection on Jews in the Caucasus and Central Asian Republics of the Former Soviet Union  
 Dates:  1984-1999 
 Call No:  1999.099 
 Abstract:  The Caucasus Network (CN) is an organization founded by Helene Schwartz Kenvin in 1984 that provides aid to and advocates on behalf of Jews in the Caucasus and Central Asian Republics. Following the fall of the Soviet Union, the CN's main activity became to assist residents of the Caucasus and Central Asia republics in obtaining refugee-status admission to the United States. The collection consists of the CN's administrative records, individual case files, and reference resources from the period 1984-1999. 
 Size:  45.5 Linear feet 
 Subjects:  Caucasus -- Ethnic relations -- History -- 20th century | Caucasus -- Politics and government -- 20th century | Jews -- Caucasus -- History | Jews -- Caucasus -- Social life and customs | Jews -- Persecutions -- Soviet Union | Jews -- Soviet Union -- Migrations -- History | Jews -- United States -- Charities | Refugees, Jewish -- Soviet Union | Refugees, Jewish -- United States | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration | Soviet Union -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy | United States -- Emigration and immigration | United States -- Politics and government -- 20th century