One year into Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainians continue to seek a sense of normalcy as they attempt to rebuild their communities and embrace the unknown.

One segment of the population that has been able to maintain a sense of connection during this crisis is Jewish young adults from the Russian speaking Jewish (RSJ) community in Ukraine and surrounding areas, thanks to the support of and  grassroots community building model of Moishe House. The Moishe House global RSJ communities have also been a place of refuge for community members and displaced persons as they relocate to neighboring countries such as Georgia, Latvia, Estonia and Israel. Read the full story in the Forward here.