Video: Aaron on hoping Russia opens adoptions to US Aaron Hanania | February 25, 2014 | Aaron Hanania, Donate, Mitzvah, Story, Videos | 1 Comment Video: Aaron on hoping Russia opens adoptions to US Aaron Hanania produced a video last year for his Elementary School to help the public better understand the need to allow for adoptions of Russian orphans by Americans. Aaron HananiaMusician, writer, author, Video blogger, drummerAaron Hanania is an author, solo recording artist, and videographer. He plays both guitar and drums creating original music and lyrics and has published the dystopian fiction "The King's Pawn" (2018). “I share music with my audience because music is a way for me to share my thoughts or views on a concept in a different form,” explains Aaron, who has been playing drums for more than 15 years. "My writings take the readers to the ends of their imagination and document news and feature events in sports and everyday life." His first album is titled "Deep Space" and was released in October of 2019. Aaron is also a budding standup comedian who has performed several times to packed audiences around Chicagoland. His writings include features, news and opinion commentary. His videos address issues that young students address everyday. His website is www.Aaron411News.com and his Youtube channel is www.Aaron411.com. Follow him on Twitter @AaronHanania Related Posts My Mitzvah Project for my Bar Mitzvah No Comments | Feb 24, 2014 Video: Author signing at Oak Lawn Library Oct. 25 No Comments | Oct 27, 2018 Video: Interview with Illinois Speaker Michael J. Madigan No Comments | Oct 22, 2018 Young author breaks bounds at literary festival No Comments | Jun 4, 2019 One Comment Leslie Seitz May 13, 2014 Aaron, your Great-Grandmother and I just watched two of your videos, very well done. I’m sorry it took so long but I completely forgot, not unusual, about your website. Congratulations on your Bar-Mitzvah, we would have loved to have been there, but it wasn’t possible. Can’t wait to see you again. Love, Uncle Dick.