Join Ira N. Forman, former U.S. State Department’s Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism for an important conversation about the current state of antisemitism around the globe since October 7th.
How Jewish Theater Combats Antisemitism with David Chack, Hayley Finn, Aaron Henne and Jenny Rachel Weiner
A conversation about how Jewish theater can play a role in educating people about antisemitism.
What is the U.N. doing to Fight Antisemitism? A Wide-Open Conversation with U.N. Special Advisor Alice Wairimu Nderitu and Noah Phillips
Join the undersecretary for a wide-open conversation about why she believes the United Nations should be playing a bigger role in fighting antisemitism and what that looks like; her visit to Auschwitz; and what it’s like to be a mediator.
Broadway Responds to Antisemitism with Tovah Feldshuh, Bruce Sussman, Alfred Uhry and Lynne Marie Rosenberg
Panelists from Broadway as they discuss the rise of antisemitism and Broadway’s response through recent and current productions.
Asian AND Jewish: An Insider & Outsider Perspective with Maryam Chishti, Rabbi Jacqueline Mates-Muchin and Michael Krasny
Join Maryam Chishti, Co-Executive Director of The LUNAR Collective and Jacqueline Mates-Muchin, the first Chinese-American rabbi and senior rabbi at Temple Sinai in Oakland, CA, for a frank conversation with former public radio host Michael Krasny about the joys and struggles of being both Jewish and Asian.
Join historian Craig Nelson, author of the new book “V is for Victory: Franklin Roosevelt’s American Revolution and the Triumph of World War II,” for a conversation about how FDR’s leadership transformed the United States and helped defeat the Nazis.
Speaking for the Silenced: From the Inquisition to the Holocaust with Richard Zimler and Sarah Breger
Zimler discusses life as an American Jew in Portugal, how Jewish history had been erased from Portuguese memory and the role of generational trauma in our lives today.
The Growing Threat of Christian Nationalism with Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons, Katherine Stewart, Eric K. Ward and Robert Siegel
Join our distinguished panelists to learn why we should be paying attention to the rise of Christian nationalism and what can be done about it.
AJC CEO Ted Deutch discusses trends identified in AJC’s recently released report “The State of Antisemitism in America 2022” and how this information can be used to combat growing antisemitism.
With so many reports of antisemitism on a daily basis, are people becoming desensitized and are these acts of hatred becoming normalized? Join Gavriel D. Rosenfeld, president of the Center for Jewish History, and professor of History at Fairfield University, and Moment Book & Opinion editor Amy E. Schwartz, for a conversation about this normalization and what we can do about it.
Filmmaker Ken Burns joins award-winning journalist Michael Krasny, retired public radio host of KQED Forum, for a wide open conversation about Burn’s just released book Our America: A Photographic History and the new three-part series The U.S. and the Holocaust.
This program is part of a Moment series on antisemitism supported by the Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation.
Ambassador Deborah Lipstadt, U.S. Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Antisemitism sits down for an in-depth interview with Moment Special Literary Contributor Robert Siegel, former host of NPR’s All Things Considered. Ambassador Lipstadt is the 2022 recipient of the “Moment Ruth Bader Ginsburg Human Rights Award.”