As Refugee Crises Intensify, Jews Aid in U.S. Resettlement
Synagogues and other Jewish groups have historically mobilized to help resettle refugees—most recently from Afghanistan, and soon from Ukraine.
‘Before and After’: An Artist Responds to the War in Ukraine
Israeli artist Zoya Cherkassky, who was born in Ukraine, uses drawing and painting to process the horrific images of war in the country.
Israeli Mother Sees Herself in Refugees She Helped in Moldova
By mid-March, IsraAID had 22 aid workers in Moldova, among them therapists, medics and trauma counselors fluent in Ukrainian and Russian.
Babyn Yar’s Uncertain Future Amid Russian Offensive
Babyn Yar, the site of so much tragedy, seemed on the precipice of a historic rebirth last year. Now, Russian aggression is threatening that revitalization.