Music saved Leopold Kozlowski’s life during the Holocaust, and gave him purpose afterwards.
Chaim Grade’s translator on Inna Hecker and losing the Pulitzer Prize to Alice Walker.
In one week, a Yiddish lecture in Jerusalem attracted 80 people and a Yiddish cabaret in Tel Aviv drew 200. What’s happening here?
Henia Ragol, a Holocaust survivor and loyal reader of the Yiddish Forverts will celebrate her hundredth birthday this spring.
We must never forget the huge contributions of previous generations.
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