Voices of the Vigil: D.C.‘s Soviet Jewry Movement
This award-winning exhibition tells the story of our community's role in the struggle for freedom for Soviet Jewry. In addition to holding a 20-year daily vigil across the street from the Soviet Embassy, Washington Jews organized rallies and marches, waged letter-writing campaigns to pressure politicians, sent packages and holiday greetings to refuseniks, and visited Jews in the Soviet Union.
- 30 Sintra panels (30"x72")
May be hung or stood up with provided easel backs
- 3 shadow boxes containing objects that attach to panels (12"x18")
$500 plus transportation and installation; Transporation cost negotiable.
- Catalog and website featuring additional content
- School curriculum
- Adas Israel Congregation (Washington, D.C.)
- Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington (Rockville, MD)
- Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library (Washington, D.C.)
- Washington Hebrew Congregation (Washington, D.C.)
- Gesher Jewish Day School (Fairfax, VA)