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Thumbnail image for The 2020 Cohort: Participant Bios and Selected Libraries
  • Learn more about the first cohort of public libraries selected to participate in this exciting new program.
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  • By Itzik Manger, translated by Murray Citron. The poet on his poetry, and its tragic effect. Illustration from 1954's Don't Forget—Don't Forgive! Upon the 11th Anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising.
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  • Klezmer has always spoken in the particular language and accent of its time and place.
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  • Arlene Cohen Stein, retired music teacher from Utica, New York, was interviewed by Isaac Daniel Moore on February 9, 2015 in Boca Raton, Florida. Arlene's father was born in Russia and her mother lived through at least one pogrom in Poland. Her...
2015-02-09
Part of Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project
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  • The first selection for the 2019 Great Jewish Books Book Club
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  • One man's lavish monument to his mother
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  • The story of Samson and Delilah, if its setting were the streets of Warsaw, and Samson were a well-built poultry dealer. By Froyim Kaganovski, translated by Beverly Bracha Weingrod
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  • What we can learn from stamps and card catalogs
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  • By photographer-novelist Alter Kacyzne, a photograph-in-words of Warsaw in the early twentieth century. Translated by Mandy Cohen and Michael Casper.
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  • An excerpt from Shtot un shtetl, by Sarah Hamer-Jacklyn, translated by Allison Posner
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