NCSEJ Executive Committee Meeting with Moldovan Ambassador to the United States Eugen Caras
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I am originally from Baltimore, which most of you know is a very large and active Jewish community. I was close to Shoshana Cardin, who was chair of NCSEJ during the height of Soviet Jewry activism. She was a mentor to me and so many others. We worked together at the Conference of Presidents, the Jewish Agency for Israel, and many other organizations. To be Chair of an organization where she was a great leader has special significance to me.
Mark B. Levin
Chairman and CEO
As the world continues to confront the Covid Pandemic, challenges around the Jewish Communities of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union remain. Rightwing groups that only recently were considered marginal, now hold elected seats in parliaments across Eastern Europe.
If the situation in the region was not worrying enough, politics here at home have also posed new challenges. It is important to remember that NCSEJ is not a partisan organization. However, NCSEJ does stand for a set of principles.
Protecting the Jews of Eurasia for 50 years
"When someone has an emergency in America, they call 911. When a Jew has an emergency in Ukraine, they call NCSEJ"
-- Chief Rabbi of Dnipropetrovsk, Shmuel Kaminetsky
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