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The Friends The Dora Teitelboim Center for Yiddish Culture presents Yiddishculture.org, with great Yiddish cultural content, notably information about center's publishing and related activities, and its namesake, the late Yiddish poet Dora Teitelboim. Friedman's Yiddish American Digital Archive, featuring streaming realaudio clips of Yiddish recordings from various sources, including an exclusive special collection of his grandfather Henry Berman's radio airchecks restored from "acetate, glass, and shellac disks".Steven Weiss's Necrology of European Yiddish Theatre Actors who were victims of the Holocaust, translated/adapted/edited from by Zalmen Zylbercweig's Leksikon fun Yidishen Teater: Kedoshim Band (Volume 5) -- UPDATE: Related: Steven Lasky's Lexicon of the Yiddish Theatre, his nearly complete, and steadily growing, collection of translations of the biographies in aforementioned Leksikon. US Census 2000 Language Assistance Guides for Yiddish and other languages are available.This exhibit is based on the exhibit "The Yiddish Theatre in London", which the museum originally presented 25 June - 10 November 1996.
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The Folksbiene Yiddish Theatre is the oldest and really the only standing professional Yiddish theatre in the United States.
Their web site gives ticket and performance information as well as information about the artists, plays, and history that make up this important institution.
The European Union and Association for the Promotion of Yiddish Language and Culture (Duesseldorf) present a Yiddish Language Course featuring authentic Yiddish dialect recordings from the Language and Culture Atlas of Ashkenazik Jewry. The Friends of the Secular Yiddish Schools in America Collection (FSYSA) supports oral history and artifact collection and preservation.
The highly interactive multimedia site features instructional materials in German, Yiddish text in Alef-Beyz (Hebrew script), and vistors are encouraged to ask questions in English, Yiddish, or German. The collection was established at Stanford University (California) in 1994 by Gella Schweid Fishman.Here you'll find the Yiddish Short Form and the Yiddish Long Form.