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.
Join Pnina Lahav, author of The Only Woman in the Room: Golda Meir and Her Path to Power and Moment editor-in-chief Nadine Epstein, author of RBG’s Brave and Brilliant Women: 33 Jewish Women to Inspire Everyone, for a conversation about these two brilliant women, the challenges they faced and overcame, how their gender impacts their legacy, their mentoring styles and why they are role models for everyone.
Join Eric Alterman, author of We Are Not One: A History of America’s Fight Over Israel, for a look back at the early years of this important relationship, how support for the Jewish state has changed with each new generation of Jews in America.
Join Hershey Felder for a wide-open conversation about why he is compelled to tell these stories through music, how being Jewish has influenced his work and what Jewish music means to him.
With eminent translator/critic Robert Alter, we take an in-depth look at a few of Amichai’s poems and unlock the secrets of their lasting appeal.
Television historians Walter Podrazik and Harry Castleman discuss the often-overlooked Jewish backgrounds of several of the show’s actors.
The latest Wide River Project discussion also reflected how a conversation about difference can be informative, sincere and uncomfortable—and therefore productive.
Join Gold and Joe Alterman, executive director of Neranenah, for an in-depth conversation about the challenges facing today’s comedians—from censorship and the growing threat of cancel culture to the rise in antisemitism and its impact on telling jokes about one’s Jewish identity.
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.
Join us as we take a deep dive into the origins of Hebrew Israelites, the movement today and its impact on Black-Jewish dialogue.
Back in Time to 1909: The Black Jewish Relationship and the founding of the NAACP with Lillie J. Edwards and Nadine Epstein
W.E.B. Du Bois, Ida B. Wells, Henry Moskowitz, Rabbi Emil Hirsch, Rabbi Stephen Samuel Wise, Lillian Wald and others came together to found the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), launching a historic chapter in the fight for civil rights. Dr. Lillie J. Edwards, Professor Emerita of History and African American studies at Drew University discusses what was going on in 1909, the importance of this Black-Jewish coalition, and how the Black and Jewish communities can continue to work together to counter racism.
Guardian journalist Jonathan Freedland, author of The Escape Artist: The Man Who Broke Out of Auschwitz to Warn the World joins former CBS News correspondent and Moment contributor Dan Raviv for a conversation about the heroic efforts of Vrba and why his report did not achieve its goal—of ending the Nazi slaughter of the Jews.