Greenpeace trailblazer to attend TA film screening

After an Arctic Ocean protest against oil drilling landed him behind bars for several months, Greenpeace leader Dima Litvinov credited his resilience to his father and grandfather – a line of stalwart Jewish men with a habit for challenging Soviet authority.

“I grew up in a family of dissidents,” Litvinov told The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday evening, over the phone from Sweden. “Certainly the experience of my grandfather and father and everyone around us played a very important role in my choosing to pursue this calling.”


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