Tuesday , 28 July 2015
  • A Great Civil Rights Partnership

    A Great Civil Rights Partnership

    A Moment Photo Symposium in Honor of the Struggle for Racial Equality ...

  • The Other “Woman in Gold”

    The Other “Woman in Gold”

    In August 1903, a 22-year-old Viennese Jewish socialite by the name of Adele Bloch-Bauer wrote to a friend that the renowned Austrian painter Gustav Klimt had agreed to paint her portrait. It was to be a commission from her husband, sugar industrial...

  • A Matter of Dreams

    A Matter of Dreams

    The education revolution among Bedouin women has opened up opportunities previous generations could never have imagined. But tribal traditions that limit their freedom—including polygamy—still prevail. ...

  • The Bedouin Dilemma

    The Bedouin Dilemma

    Struggles over land & identity are at the heart of growing tensions between the Israeli government & its once-nomadic citizens. ...

  • Talk of the Table // Shakshuka

    Talk of the Table // Shakshuka

    For years, falafel was Israel’s iconic food, its global culinary ambassador. But in recent years, another Israeli dish with working-class roots has become a major player in the game of street-food diplomacy: the savory tomato and egg mixture called s...

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