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“It’s about bringing people together, and so far it’s working,” says Vitaly Winter, 29, one of the house’s three residents.
The organization’s mission is spurred by the idea that opportunities for organized Jewish identity-building drop off after young adults graduate from college. There are 28 Moishe Houses in the U.S. — including two in San Francisco, one in Berkeley and one in Palo Alto — and houses in London, Vienna, Beijing, Mexico City, Warsaw, Budapest, Buenos Aires and beyond. Residents stay an average of two years.
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Russian Moishe House puts out welcome mat in S.F.
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