At 90, Gert Levitan decided it was time to tell the unlikely love story of her parents, and how a beloved Yiddish daily played matchmaker.
Forverts readers were often desperate for news of their hometowns and families in Europe during World War I.
Looking at these images, you can imagine yourself in a noisy, clanging, hot, dusty, dangerous press room.
Long ago, we drove our metal plates and type to press in horse and wagon in the very neighborhood where this exhibition is being held.
“A Phi Beta Kappa man, bright Bloom also made Phi Kappa Phi, top of the national honor society.”
Meet the Ushpizata, legendary women for your Sukkot celebration.
Thank you Elizabeth Warren, for bringing our history to the 2020 election.
Forward Archivist Chana Pollack reflects on Juneteenth, the history of the slave trade, and why we must remember it today.
In the 1930s, a Jewish woman fell in love — with a Hitler sympathizer.
“Arlene was that sweetest of New York combinations — really well informed and, therefore, opinionated– while at the same time modest.”