The Kansas City metro isn't so separated from an international conflict that has sent the globe into turmoil.
Accordingly, check this fascinating reporting from our favorite community news outlet . . .
Jewish refugees in the past decade are not new to Rabbi Ellis and Polish Jewry. Rabbi Ellis said there was already a presence of refugees from former Soviet states including Belarus, Russia and Ukraine, especially from the Russian attacks of 2014. However, the influx of refugees fleeing Ukraine because of the current Russian invasion is unprecedented.
Rabbi Ellis works with many different organizations to help distribute and dispatch aid and services to refugees across Poland.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
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