Below is a growing list of links relating to the Jewish Labour Bund, its history, archives and other information.
SKIF, the youth organisation of the Bund in Melbourne;
Workmen's Circle in New York, a progressive Jewish cultural organisation rooted in social action for over a century
Bundism.net, a guide through the history of the Bund - more links can be found here;
Yiddishkayt, a cultural organisation focusing on preserving and investigating forgotten, disappearing and interesting aspects of Eastern European Yiddish Culture;
In One Voice festival, an all inclusive Australian Jewish culture festival co-sponsored by SKIF and the Kadimah;
Stand Up: A Jewish Commitment to a Better World, a Melbourne organisation focused on delivering aid to marginalised communities in Australia and abroad on behalf of the Australian Jewish Community.
Jewish Holocaust Centre was created by Melbourne Holocaust survivors, including a number of Bundistn like co-founder Bono Wiener, as a memorial to the 6 million Jews who were murdered in WWII with a mission to educate the public ‘to combat antisemitism, racism and prejudice in the community’.
Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre and National Library is the foremost Yiddish cultural institution in Melbourne. With a rich history spanning over 100 years and across Melbourne, from Bourke St to Carlton to Elsternwick, the Kadimah continues its work promoting Yiddish language and culture.
Bund Reading List
60 years of 'Bund' in Melbourne, 1928-1988
Moshe Ajzenbud // Translated by Chana & Moishe Mrocki
20 Years with the Jewish Labor Bund
Bernard Goldstein // Translated by Marvin S. Zuckerman
The International Jewish Labor Bund after 1945: Toward a Global History
For Our Freedom and Yours: The Jewish Labour Bund in Poland 1939-1949
Der Bund In Bilder 1897-1957 דער בונד אין בילדער
J. S. Hertz
Socialism På Jiddisch: Judiska Arbetarnas Bund (Swedish)
(Translation to be published in 2021)