Weekly Bite of Yiddishkayt: Warsaw Ghetto Commemoration at Camp Hemshekh

Seventy-two years ago, on July 28th, 1942, occupants of the Warsaw Jewish ghetto organized an armed resistance, eventually leading to an uprising almost a year later. Hear Moishe Rosenfeld recall how they used to commemorate the historic date at Camp Hemshekh, a socialist Yiddishist summer camp.

 

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Daniel Kahn, Singer-Songwriter, On Discovering Yiddish

In honor of Yidstock 2014: The Festival of New Yiddish Music currently on at the Yiddish Book Center, singer/songwriter Daniel Kahn reflects on his discovery of and feelings about Yiddish.

Weekly Bite of Yiddishkayt: “Advice for Learning Yiddish.”

We are about to welcome eighteen students to Amherst for the Yiddish Book Center’s Steiner Summer Yiddish Program. Hear Steiner alumna Sophia’s advice for what will make learning Yiddish most efficient (and enjoyable).

Weekly Bite of Yiddishkayt: “Learning Yiddish to Read Sholem Aleichem.”

This weekend we will present a course on the great Yiddish writer Sholem Aleichem at the Yiddish Book Center. Learn how Nora Feinstein, a student in our Steiner Summer Yiddish Program, was inspired to learn Yiddish so that she could read Sholem Aleichem’s work in the original.

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