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A Mask to Fight Indifference


A Mask with a Message

  Fight indifference and keep yourself and others safe when you go out! Wear a mask with a meaningful message for our times that is as relevant as when Moment cofounder and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel (1928-2016) said it,  “The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference.” Your purchase helps support the good work of Moment, the magazine he cofounded in 1975. This mask is 100% cotton, soft and comfortable to wear. Made in America.      

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Elie Wiesel (1928-2016) is best known as the author of Night, survivor of Auschwitz and a powerful, enduring voice of the Holocaust. A recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, he was a hero of human rights, professor and author of more than 50 books.

Among his accomplishments, Wiesel co-founded Moment Magazine with Leonard Fein in 1975 to be a place of conversation for America’s Jews. For Editor-in-Chief Nadine Epstein, he became a mentor and friend after she took over the magazine in 2004.

In this striking volume, Epstein shares her memories of Wiesel and brings together 36 reflections from friends, colleagues and others who knew him—including his son Elisha Wiesel, Michael Berenbaum, Wolf Blitzer, Father Patrick Desbois, Ben Kingsley, Ronald S. Lauder, Bernard-Henri Lévy, Kati Marton, Itzhak Perlman, Natan Sharansky, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Oprah Winfrey and Ruth Wisse. The foreword is by the world-famous British Rabbi Jonathan Sacks and the afterword is by Ted Koppel.

To celebrate this humanitarian and keep his inspiration alive, Epstein presents readers with a visual history of Wiesel’s life and examines the influence of his seminal book, Night. This chilling story of the Holocaust has already gripped the souls of millions of readers. To reinforce this legacy, Epstein provides lively conversations with teenagers about Night and offers discussion questions. The book includes more than 100 photographs.

Nadine Epstein, an award-winning journalist and author, is Editor-in-Chief and CEO of Moment Magazine

Can Robots Be Jewish? Order now!

Can Robots Be Jewish? And Other Pressing Questions of Modern Life 
Should we edit our children's genes?  Are there things that can't be forgiven?  Are Jews still expecting a messiah? Is Judaism good for women? Should Jews strive to be happy?  Do Jews believe in the afterlife?  Can robots be Jewish?
In this book, rabbis spanning the range of modern Jewish thought, from Humanist and Reform to Orthodox and beyond, consider these difficult and provocative questions and many others. Sometimes they agree - but not often. Editor Amy E. Schwartz provides delightful commentary, celebrating the rabbinic impulse to question every assumption and highlighting the many and sometimes surprising ways ancient texts can speak to us today. Listed by the Religion News Service list 0f "The most intriguing books on religion we read this year," Can Robots Be Jewish? is a must read! ORDER YOUR SIGNED COPY NOW!  

City of Light (Theodore and Aimee Bikel)

THE CITY OF LIGHT by Theodore Bikel with Aimee Ginsburg Bikel, illustrated by Noah Phillips (Trade Hardcover Original; November 5, 2019; $16.95; ISBN 978-1942134619). The beloved late movie actor, folk singer, musician, composer, unionist, and political activist poignantly recounts moments from his childhood in Vienna, when he experienced and witnessed anti-Semitism as Nazi influence grew—and dreamed of a Jewish superhero, Judah Maccabee who could rescue the Jews. The book is based on a story commissioned by Moment Editor-in-Chief Nadine Epstein that was published in the magazine and read aloud on NPR’s Hanukkah Lights program in 2014.

Healing Rituals and Traditions from Around the World

For centuries, people have used a combination of water, prayer, meditation and herbs to rejuvenate the mind, body and soul. In Spiritual Bathing, Rosita Arvigo and Nadine Epstein explore traditions—many lost or forgotten—that have been intertwined with religion, spirituality and culture since ancient and medieval times. From baptism to mikvahs to charity baths, these traditions can serve as a way to reconnect with nature or God; rejuvenate the mind, body and soul; and help relieve anxiety, insomnia and depression. Encompassing knowledge from 15 world traditions, this beautifully illustrated guide features detailed instructions to create nurturing and restorative spiritual bathing rituals both at home and elsewhere.

Leonard Fein: Vision & Passion Kindle Edition

Both a man of letters and a true activist, Leonard "Leibel" Fein never lost his abiding passion for serving the Jewish people. As Moment’s co-founder and editor from 1975 to 1989, he used the editor’s column regularly to write about his passions – social justice and ending racism and poverty, Judaism, Israel and the American Jewish community. The columns and essays collected here exemplify the intellect, the humor and the values that characterized his life.

Moment Magazine and A Mask with a Message


Make Your Voice Count!

To mark the legacy of Elie Wiesel and the lasting power of his words, Moment created this exclusive mask -- yours free with your print or digital subscription to Moment Magazine. A Mask with a Message – Fight indifference and keep yourself and others safe when you go out! Wear a mask with a meaningful message for our times that is as relevant as when Moment cofounder and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel (1928-2016) said it, “The opposite of love is not hate, it’s indifference.” This mask is 100% cotton, soft and comfortable to wear. Made in America MOMENT – The home for the intellectually and Jewishly curious – is an independent magazine that illuminates the complexities of the literary, political, cultural religious nuances of the Jewish world. .    

Moment Mezuzahs

Each one of our one-of-a-kind hand-crafted ceramic mezuzahs was created with love by Michigan Judaica artist Marcy Epstein, who designed the Tzedek Collar Moment commissioned for and presented to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2019. These mezuzahs will add an element of elegance and beauty to your home and make meaningful gifts. This is a limited edition:only six are for sale. Only available  through Moment.  All proceeds benefit Moment.


Moment Presents! Sign up for one class or all three: $25 per class or $60 for all 3 sessions Broadway Musicologist, Performer, and Music Director Michael Lavine will take you on an in-depth look at songwriters who wrote songs for radio, film, and Broadway during the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s. Some of these composers grew up in the Lower East Side and oftentimes you can hear the Jewish influence in the writing of these songs. Join Michael for a stroll down memory lane and learn about the songwriters behind the music. Note: You will receive a link to view each class that you purchase.

Nine Lives: Favorite Profiles of Famous People

Nine Lives: Favorite Profiles of Famous People from the annals of Moment Magazine Featuring profiles of Jon Stewart, Albert Einstein,

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Welcome to Moment’s music issue! One of the great powers of music is that it brings people together; it’s one of those rare things in life where people of varying beliefs and proclivities can find common ground. Take, for example, the late Supreme Court Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia, who strongly disagreed on matters of jurisprudence but bonded and became dear friends over their mutual love of opera. With unity in short supply, and with sheer delight, Moment embarked on an ambitious year-long undertaking—talking with a diverse array of musicians, scholars and music lovers—to compile this wide-ranging compilation of music with Jewish significance. “A Soundtrack of the Jewish People” is a tapestry of genres, featuring interviews with legends such as Yefim Bronfman, David Broza, Angela Buchdahl, Tovah Feldshuh, Evgeny Kissin, Zalmen Mlotek, Leslie Odom Jr., Neil Sedaka, Regina Spektor and more. Also in this issue, journalist Larry Kohler-Esses takes us to the streets of Crown Heights and into the complicated relationship between the Lubavitch and Black communities who have lived there side by side for decades. In Jewish Word, Senior Editor George E. Johnson explains how the Kaddish might not have been associated with mourning if not for a 12th- or 13th-century folktale about redemption in the afterlife. In Perspectives, Samuel C. Heilman describes the quandary faced by Hasidim trying to convince their community to take COVID-19 seriously. Naomi Ragen looks at how both Haredi and secular Israelis’ flouting of lockdown rules helped lead to Israel's recent COVID-19 spike. Letty Cottin Pogrebin wonders, in the wake of #MeToo revelations, who should be includedor—excluded—in a modern Jewish canon. Irwin Cotler, a former minister of justice and attorney general of Canada, makes the case for why we—Jews in particular—must act to help the Uighers in China. In Moment Debate, we examine whether today’s police need to be reimagined and if so, how. The Jewish Political Voices Project shares the reflections of ten participants on what they learned about America this past election year. And to close out our 45th anniversary year, we are republishing a satirical piece from Calvin Trillin that appeared in Moment’s inaugural issue. In anticipation of Hanukkah, we ask our rabbis whether Jews believe in miracles. And in Talk of the Table we present the ultimate latke topping showdown: applesauce vs. sour cream. Plus original fiction, books reviews, poetry and more!