Post Tagged with: "Russian-speaking Jews"

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Turning to Opioids in the Russian Jewish Community

Brooklyn, Eastern European, Health, Immigration, Jewish January 3, 2018 at 4:53 pm

A story in The Forward explores the pressures faced by the children of Russian-speaking Jewish immigrants that lead some to opioids.

Young Russian Jews from the Russian American Jewish Experience organization, join the Celebrate Israel parade. (Photo via The Jewish Week)

Poll: Younger Russian Jews Less Conservative Than Elders

Elections 2012, Politics October 22, 2012 at 5:33 pm

Unlike their more conservative elders, younger Russian Jews are evenly split among Obama and Romney, found a poll conducted by the Research Institute for New Americans. The Jewish Week delves into why the older generation sides with Republicans.

Young Russian Jews from the Russian American Jewish Experience organization, join the Celebrate Israel parade. (Photo via The Jewish Week)

Young Russian Jews Carve Out Their Niche

Culture, Immigration July 19, 2012 at 11:28 am

The Jewish Week explored a cultural shift among Russian-speaking American Jews. “No longer a community of mostly engineers and doctors, no longer segregated in South Brooklyn and Central Queens, no longer immigrants but acculturated, hyphenated Americans, the Russian Jews are a distinct and increasingly powerful community,” writes reporter Steve Lipman.