Author: pat lewis

Mail-in donation form

09:23 13 April in Uncategorized

Yes, I want to support Moment with a  tax-deductible gift:   ___ $500  ___$250 ___ $100 ___ $50   ___Other   ____ Check enclosed payable to Moment Magazine    Credit card #      Exp. Date __________________________    Code ____________   Name   Address     City, State, Zip     Email     ___ Please send me information on Moment’s Legacy Giving Program  ...

A year-end letter from Nadine

13:42 03 December in Uncategorized

[vc_row row_type="row" type="full_width" text_align="left" css_animation="" css=".vc_custom_1575403102764{padding-top: 100px !important;padding-right: 0px !important;padding-bottom: 0px !important;padding-left: 0px !important;}"][vc_column][vc_column_text]Dear Friend, 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...

Robert S. Greenberger Journalism Award

15:32 17 October in Uncategorized

[caption id="attachment_199523" align="alignleft" width="300"] Bob Greenberger[/caption] In 2017, Moment and the Greenberger family established the Robert S. Greenberger Journalism Award. It honors Bob Greenberger, the highly respected former Wall Street Journal reporter known for his rigorous coverage of labor, economics, foreign affairs and the Supreme Court...

Moment Magazine Stories on Sheldon Adelson, Anti-Semitism are Finalists for Newhouse Mirror Awards

11:53 06 June in In the News, Jewish World, Uncategorized

  (Washington, DC—June 6, 2018)— Two of the four stories up for this year’s prestigious Mirror Award in the Best Single Story category were produced by Moment Magazine, a small Washington, DC-based independent publication that covers the political, cultural and religious complexities of the Jewish world....

The Year of the Woman Campaign

10:40 01 June in Israel, Politics, Uncategorized

Celebrating Women's Leadership The public sphere is in great need of leaders who choose collaboration over confrontation, pragmatism over preening, compromise over conflict. And research shows that women often bring these very qualities to leadership roles—along with a commitment to solving problems and the ability to rebound from failure.  To...