Anastasia Shostak

program coordinator with The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles

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In Ukraine, roads are bombed out and people can’t get basic needs, while Russia is also facing a humanitarian crisis.

Bombed roads, brainwashing: Angeleno worries for family members in both Ukraine and Russia

In Ukraine, roads are bombed out and people can’t get basic needs, while Russia is also facing a humanitarian crisis.

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