Museum of the Jewish People -"Jews of Struggle", Beit Hatfutsot
“The Jews of Struggle” exhibition provides an overview of Jewish national activity in the USSR between 1967 and 1989 and of the international support it received from Israel and world Jewry. Initially the movement was relevant for only a small segment of Soviet Jewry and for the State of Israel, which has always promoted aliya. soon, however the struggle waged by Soviet Jews captured headlines throughout the Jewish world and subsequently caught the attention of various Jewish and non-Jewish organizations, public figures, and statesmen, who considered the Soviets’ Jewish policy to be a violation of basic human rights such as freedom of migration, the freedom to study one’s own language, culture, and heritage, and freedom of religion.
The exhibition includes photographs, posters, documents, and publications, including original Samizdat (clandestine) publications; objects; and art, music, and films by and about activists.
We produced and designed all media artifacts for this exhibition enabling the telling of the movement's activities and struggles.