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Moment Mourns The Loss of Rabbi Harold S. White


A note from editor and publisher Nadine Epstein. Read More »

Book Review // On the Move


There is a seeming transparency in the prose of On the Move, the late Oliver Sacks's memoir about leaving home and the divergent, sometimes vagabond, life he made. Read More »

Obama To Appeal Directly to American Jews on Iran Deal Friday


President Barack Obama on Friday will keynote a live webcast hosted by the Jewish Federations of North America and the member organizations of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations. Read More »

Wooing American Jews on the Iran Deal: A Timeline


The outreach since April has included a stream of conference calls and meetings. Read More »

Julian Bond, 1940-2015

Julian Bond with Martin Luther King, Junior casting their ballots for Bond in the election for the Georgia House  of Representatives, 1966.

Julian Bond, former chairman of the NAACP and civil rights leader, died Saturday at age 75. In May, Bond appeared at a Moment event held in partnership with the Newseum commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Read the symposium based on that event here, and listen to Bond’s remarks below.   Transcript: Now, most of you here ... Read More »

Q&A: What Is Jewish Terrorism?


Daniel Byman, director of research and a senior fellow in the Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution and a professor at Georgetown University's Security Studies Program, on the roots of Jewish terrorism and what can be done to address it. Read More »

An Activist Remembers Her Civil Rights Journey

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Holocaust survivor Marione Ingram recalls her role in the civil rights movement on the 50-year anniversary of the Voting Rights Act. Read More »

European Maccabi Games Come to Berlin

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The symbolism of holding an international Jewish sporting event at Berlin’s Olympic Park—built by the National Socialists for the 1936 Olympics, from which Jewish athletes were excluded—was lost on no one. Read More »

‘Oriented’ Examines What it Means to be Gay and Palestinian in Israel

Oriented - Naeem Jiryes, Nagham Yacoub, Fadi Daem and Khader Abu-Seif

Two years ago Jake Witzenfeld, a new Jewish Tel Aviv transplant from England, discovered Qambuta Productions—a fresh, subversive and artistic Palestinian voice on YouTube that uses parody to illustrate social and political issues in the Arab community. Read More »

Reunited in Reunified Berlin

Moment Editor Nadine Epstein with Christof and Dagmar and their daughter in Berlin

Nadine Epstein returns to a changed city. Read More »