The Congress of Russian Americans, Inc. (CRA) founded in 1973, by a group of concerned Russian Americans, is a national organization with membership throughout the United States. Its members are US citizens and permanent residents of Russian descent who are non-Communist in their beliefs. The personal and social lives of most members are firmly rooted in religious Christian Orthodox values which reject all racial, nationalistic, ethnic, or religious antagonism.
Joining the CRA
Board of Directors
The CRA National Board of Directors is the executive body of the Congress of Russian Americans. It is responsible for the implementation of the program and various activities that promote CRA goals.
Members of the Board
CRA in Washington, DC
Washington, DC Representation monitors governmental and legislative developments and news. Disseminates information regarding needs and aspirations of Russian Americans.
Serge Rogosin, CRA Representative in Washington, DC