Irv Zuckerman tells future generations of Jews to be proud of their heritage.
David Mazower describes his family's history and its connection to high European culture. He focuses on his great-grandfather, the Yiddish writer Sholem Asch, who was friends with prominent people of his time.
Charles Corfield talks about the discovery of an 11th century Jewish community in Cambridge, England during a construction project.
Charles Corfield compares assimilation of Yiddish speaking Jews in New York City in America versus London and Manchester in England.
Charles Corfield talked about Yiddish as an entry into a world that one wouldn't otherwise be privy to.
Millie Guberman-Kravetz shares some advice and reflects on how being Jewish has made her life more complicated, interesting.
Wyatt Miles, who is from the multicultural Island Kauai, Hawaii, describes his feelings of rootlessness, and why it is not necessarily a bad thing.
Wyatt Miles talks about how his Jewish identity is always evolving.
Theodore Bikel explains what he means by a "phoenix-like existence" and explains why it is important to remember the past.
Diana Bregman Feld, daughter of Yiddish poet Edith Kaplan Bregman, describes her mother's childhood in a shtetl in Russia and her immigration to the United States.
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