Join Suleiman, a retired Harvard professor and author of the new memoir Daughter of History: Traces of an Immigrant Girlhood and Moment Book and Opinion editor Amy E. Schwartz for a conversation about growing up with dueling identities as well as the significance of everyday objects and how they evoke memories of our past.
Luc Bernard was inspired to create the map after seeing the statistic that 80 percent of Americans have not visited a Holocaust museum.
Join Michelson, author of Sleeping as Fast as I Can, and Moment Book and Opinion Editor Amy E. Schwartz for a conversation about “how one acts responsibly in a world that is at once beautiful and full of suffering-balanced precariously on the edge of despair and ruin?”
I don’t carry a gun, and I don’t go out and do police work. The job of a police officer is to serve the public. My job is to serve police officers.
Putting on The Moss Maidens—the production that won the Best Play and Best Ensemble awards at SheNYC, a recent theater festival—felt particularly cathartic for the play’s Jewish cast and crew members.