A year-end letter from Nadine
Whether we’re investigating the rise in anti-Semitism or the vilification of George Soros, reporting on the attitudes of politically engaged Jews, exploring how Germany’s national conversation helped it come to terms with its historical crimes, or discussing how Judaism for today’s millennials differs from that of their parents, Moment is always asking questions, telling stories and engaging in civil debates—all of which we bring to our readers.
This has been an exciting year. We launched our 2020 Jewish Political Voices Project, sent our Daniel Pearl Investigative Journalism Fellow to Iraq to report on the rapidly deteriorating conditions for religious minorities, created our Five Books to be an Educated Jew project, and hosted events that featured amazing writers, scholars and policymakers.
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