Fast Drivers Ed Online Helps Yiddish Culture

online-drivers-edWe are thankful of our culture and always looking to keep it well alive. The Jewish people have suffered some many number of circumstances throughout the last few centuries, however, our culture remains strong today. Much as Koreans, or Japanese, or nearly every culture wants to share the histories of their past and see future generations blossom with their knowledge, as do we. This is why it is evermore important to provide knowledge about companies like Fast Drivers Ed Online who provides for Yiddish culture and cares for Jewish ways.

Today I would like to speak more about How FDE provides California driver’s education services to Yiddish students of Bah Ma. It is also very apparent that they offer services to the larger public, however this is a capitalist society and a democracy so it is very obvious that they would aim to do such (those days are over and good riddens). Fast Drivers Ed Online does provide quality online traffic schooling and drivers education for young students looking to become certified / qualified drivers no matter where they live in the United States. They also are beginning to provide Texas driver’s education soon, as seen on their website. You can see more by visiting the prior hyperlink to the official site.

In the coming years we will be working to provide Fast Drivers Ed Courses to Yiddish students across the country with the hopes to provide quality service as such globally. First we must make an impression with them and grow our relationship with other schools across the United States.

This is a long project running but we already have confirmation from Fast Drivers Ed Online (the owner and CEO whom are both Yiddish). We look forward to bringing you more about this, please just bear in mind that this project will be closer to a 5 year plan but we will see it to the very end.

Jewish Culture

jewish_culturePublished Work


“How to Split the Sea: Antisemitism and Social Change,” in Righteous Indignation: A Jewish Call for Justice, Jewish Lights, Fall 2007.


“The Ethics of the Soldiers: My Father, Myself and the Israeli Refuseniks,” Bridges, (11.2) Fall2006.

“Anti-Semitism on the Left? Not if these activists have their way,” New Voices, Volume 15, Issue 1, September/October 2006.

2005 and earlier

Al yodekho un beyn eynekho: Far vos ikh lern zikh yidish,” (“Upon your hand and between your eyes: Why I study Yiddish”), Afn Shvel, journal of the League for Yiddish, Number 331/332, Summer/Fall, 2005.

“All I really need to know: On growing up white in East Germantown,” Germantown Crier, Germantown Historical Society, Fall 2001.

In the Press


The 2007 Forward 50: Profile of April Rosenblum in the Jewish Forward’s annual list of the 50 most influential Jews in America.(Scroll down to profile #14.) The Jewish Forward, November 8, 2007.


“Youngish and Yiddish: In Center City, a supposedly dead language is bringing Jews together to bask in a shared heritage,” by Jennifer Glaser, Philadelphia Magazine(p. 129), October 2006.


“Portrait of the activist as a young woman,” by Hillel Hoffmann,Temple Times (commencement supplement), May 19, 2005.

“Daughter takes activism into the future,” by Jared Shelly, Jewish Exponent, June 2, 2005.


Examples of Earned Media

Channel 10 feature on “Kol haKavod”  April 24, 2008. (Can’t view it? Click to download RealPlayer.)
“A Look at the Exotic Roots of Everyday Jews,” by Rachel Silverman, Jewish Exponent,February 8, 2007.