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0:00 - Introduction 0:16 - Bracha Describes Her Family's Background

Keywords: 1910s; Belarus; Belorussian Jews; Bykhov; Canada; family background; family history; heritage; immigration; migration; Mogilev, Belarus; Mogilev-Podolskiy; Mogilyov-Podol'skiy; Mohyliv; Mohyliv-Podils'kyy; roots; Russia; Russian Empire; Russian Jews; Ukraine; Ukrainian Jews; White Russia

1:56 - Growing Up in Winnipeg in a Yiddish Community

Keywords: Arbeter Ring; Canada; Canadian Jews; English language; Peretz Shule; secularism; Sholem Aleichem Shule; socialism; socialist Jews; Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; Worker's Circle; Yiddish community; Yiddish education; Yiddish language; Yiddish school; Yiddish speakers

4:42 - Memories of Peretz Shule and Becoming a Yiddish Teacher

Keywords: Camp Naivelt; Canada; Canadian Jews; Jewish camps; Mak'hela; multilingialism; multilingual Jews; Peretz Shule; Russian language; Shabbat; Yiddish camps; Yiddish choirs; Yiddish communities; Yiddish culture; Yiddish education; Yiddish language; Yiddish music; Yiddish songs

7:33 - Bracha's Introduction to Studying Learning Disabilities

Keywords: 1970s; college; disability; dyslexia; education; education system; English language; Hebrew language; Israel; Israel Dyslexia Society; learning disabilities; multilingual Jews; multilingualism; Orton Dyslexia Society; university; Yiddish language

11:24 - Bracha's Work Translating "The Family Cookbook"

Keywords: 1910s; Dos familyen kokh-bukh; Dos familyen kokhbukh; Jewish cooking; kosher cooking; nutrition; publishing industry; shtetel; shtetl; shtetl cooking; women's representation; Yiddish cooking; Yiddish culture; Yiddish food; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish language; Yiddish speakers

20:28 - Bracha's Experience Trying to Publish "The Family Cookbook"

Keywords: cookbook; Jewish cuisine; publishing industry; self-publishing; Yiddish culture; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish literature

23:17 - Bracha's Personal Connection to "The Family Cookbook"

Keywords: Canada; Canadian Jews; immigrants; Jewish communities; poverty; professions; publishing industry; Shabbat; Shabbos; shabes; socioeconomic status; Winnipeg; Yiddish education; Yiddish in translation

30:07 - Bracha and Her Husband's Decision to Go to Jerusalem 32:50 - The Potential of Yiddish for Dyslexic Learners

Keywords: dyslexia; English language; Hebrew language; learning disabilities; phonetic languages; Yiddish in Israel; Yiddish language

35:54 - The Importance of Collecting and Translating Yiddish Works

Keywords: Aaron Lansky; intergenerational transmission of knowledge; Yiddish Book Center; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish literature; Yiddish writers

37:35 - Bracha's Advice for Translators

Keywords: English language; translators; Yiddish culture; Yiddish in translation; Yiddish language; Yiddish literature; Yiddish music; Yiddish songs