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Aug 092011
 
Misha and Isabella: The First Generation

Boris turns to his niece and nephew to provide a perspective on growing up Jewish as part of the first wave of Jews descended from Soviet Russia, but born in America.
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Jul 272011
 
"Don't Call Me Russian: The History of a Nationality"

Boris Kievsky presents Don’t Call Me Russian: The History of a Nationality at a recent BINA LA event, based on the research he’s compiled working on Cycles and Revolutions.

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Jun 202011
 
Dmitry Salita: On Jewish Identity

Professional boxer Dmitry Salita and Boris Kievsky discuss childhood in the USSR, Russian-Jewish identity today, and how he feels like he’s representing the Jewish people when he boxes.
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Jun 132011
 
Alan Dershowitz: The Trotskys and the Bronsteins

Never afraid to state his views, Professor Dershowitz gives his perspective on the promise and fate of the Bolshevik revolution. Can a Jew ever be anything more than a Jew, regardless of how they see themselves? Were the Jews who participated in the revolution fighting for a just cause, or just deluding themselves into thinking they could make a land for themselves in a historically anti-Semitic land? Cycles and Revolutions director Boris Kievsky asks Alan Dershowitz about ‘the Trotskys who make the revolutions and the Bronsteins who pay the price.’
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