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- Ariga: A Glossary of Yiddish Expressions
A nice list of Yiddish expressions (in transliterated Yiddish) with English definitions.
- Der Bay - San Franciso Bay Yiddish Club
This website includes a calender of Yiddish events, information for the disabled, Yiddish Word Lists, Pen Pals, songs, games, a list of Klezmer bands, and much more.
- Digital Yiddish Library
Part of the Yiddish Book Center, the Digital Yiddish Library has made the text of nearly 11,000 out-of-print Yiddish books available online - free of charge! They also sell used books and can print out large print re-prints of their digital books (for a fee).
- Jewish Language Research Website
Offering a variety of inforamtion on Yiddish, as well as links to audio samples, bibliographic references on Yiddish linguistic texts, and more...
- League for Yiddish
From their website: "The goals of the League for Yiddish are: to encourage people to speak Yiddish in their everyday life; to enhance the prestige of Yiddish as a living language, both within and outside the Yiddish-speaking community; and to promote the modernization of Yiddish." In addition, on their website you can purchase Yiddish books, and learn about the Yiddish Writers' Film Project and the 'all-Yiddish' Afn Shvel magazine. You can also read sample articles from Afn Shvel online, and more...
- Shtetl Library: Yiddish Language and Culture
Part of the virtual Shtetl, this 'virtual' library is an excellent resource for anyone interested in Yiddish books, language, and culture.
- University of Chicago Yiddish Home
Information about Yiddish studies at The University of Chicago, and lots of Yiddish Language related links.
- The World of Yiddish (Di Velt Fun Yidish)
"The site presents classic Yiddish texts, e.g., Yehoyesh's monumental Yiddish translation of the Tanakh; reference and bibliographic materials, e.g., Louis Fridhandler's magisterial guide to the works of Shalom-Aleichem; and, English abstracts of the Hebrew-language Khulyot, a journal of Yiddish studies."
- Yiddish Book Center
This organization is dedicated to rescuing Yiddish and other modern Jewish books and making their content available to readers world wide. They also strive to promote the use of Yiddish, including offering courses in Yiddish.
- The Yiddish Voice (DOS YIDISHE KOL)
A Yiddish-language radio show serving Boston's Yiddish-speaking community. Best of all, you can listen to the show live, online, on Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m. (EST).
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