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Miriam Udel leads a song in Yiddish at Emory University in Atlanta. "The generation that passively knows Yiddish is dying out. There are treasures that need to be preserved because we'll lose access to them if we let Yiddish die," she says. (Associated Press)

Miriam Udel leads a song in Yiddish at Emory University in Atlanta. "The generation that passively knows Yiddish is dying out. There are treasures that need to be preserved because we'll lose access to them if we let Yiddish die," she says. (Associated Press)

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