Aaron Paley, left, founder of Yiddishkayt, and Robert Adler Peckerar, Yiddishkayt executive director, have created the Helix project, a program that offers college students an all-expenses paid Jewish roots tour of Eastern Europe.
Aaron Paley, left, founder of Yiddishkayt, and Robert Adler Peckerar, Yiddishkayt executive director, have created the Helix project, a program that offers college students an all-expenses paid Jewish roots tour of Eastern Europe. KRT
Aaron Paley, left, founder of Yiddishkayt, and Robert Adler Peckerar, Yiddishkayt executive director, have created the Helix project, a program that offers college students an all-expenses paid Jewish roots tour of Eastern Europe. KRT

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