Thursday , 31 July 2014
  • Mohammed Dajani Daoudi // Evolution of a Moderate

    Mohammed Dajani Daoudi // Evolution of a Moderate

    Once a radical Fatah leader, the Palestinian professor has come under fire for taking his students to Auschwitz to teach reconciliation. ...

  • A Culinary Tour of Israel

    A Culinary Tour of Israel

    Produced by Moment Magazine with the support of The Israel Ministry of Tourism ...

  • Talk of the Table // Paprika

    Talk of the Table // Paprika

    Among the trendy ingredients today’s chefs are adding to their repertoires, paprika is the latest darling. Cooks either sprinkle the bright red spice—made of dried and ground red chili peppers—on top of their creations or swirl it with oil to add a c...

  • Remember the Moment: 1964 Civil Rights Act Turns 50

    Remember the Moment: 1964 Civil Rights Act Turns 50

    The battle for civil rights was won in part by its most visible fighters: the heroic sit-in activists and Freedom Riders who risked it all in the name of a fair and desegregated nation. But courage comes in many forms. The movement’s success also owe...

  • When Freedom Summer Came To Town

    When Freedom Summer Came To Town

    In 1964, The Jews of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, and other southern towns didn’t always welcome their northern cousins or join the front lines of the civil rights movement... ...

  • Gay Rights & Religious Freedom: Can We Find Common Ground?

    Gay Rights & Religious Freedom: Can We Find Common Ground?

    In 1997, the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court. But today the federal law is seeing an unlikely reincarnation. Moment asks six preeminent scholars: Can we find common ground between gay rights a...