Interview by Leslie Lutsky. Digitized as WAV and WMA, Oct. 2016. In this short interview (5 min. 47 seconds), Evelyn Brook discusses the plight of Agunot (women whose husbands refuse to grant a Jewish divorce), and her organization's work helping these women obtain their Get certificates.
Oral history. Interview by Eiran Harris. This cassette was digitized as WAV and WMA in February 2019. In the first 90 minutes Rome speaks of the factors leading to the founding of CJC and of its first years. A 6 minute excerpt from Part 1 is available online.
Oral history. Interview by Eiran Harris. The audiocassette was digitized as WAV and WMA in February 2019. In this interview, David Rome discusses the period between the first and second CJC Plenary Assembly. A 5 minute excerpt is available online.
Oral history. Interview by Eiran Harris. The audiocassette was digitized as WAV and WMA in March 2019. In this segment, David Rome sums up the achievements of CJC during the era of Saul Hayes and Samuel Bronfman. A 7 minute excerpt is available online. The tape concludes with Eiran Harris' recollection of his first encounter with the Congress Archives.
Oral history. This entire interview is digitally copied (SE 016-17). In a 4 minute excerpt from this 88 minute interview, Dr. Joseph Leavitt discusses the Ukrainian Jewish war orphans he helped bring over to Canada in 1921.
20 minute interview by Leslie Lutsky for Radio Centreville. In a six and a half minute excerpt, Wendy Eisen speaks about the activity of the Group of 35 and her 1995 book about the history of the Soviet Jewry movement in Canada. The complete interview is available in digital format (WAV and WMA).