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The Fight to Free American Journalist Danny Fenster Continues

Congressman Andy Levin (D-MI) spent the Fourth of July holiday weekend at home, in Michigan’s 9th District, where he has served as its congressional representative for three years.  But between quality time with his family and their dogs, Levin made time to advocate for the life and freedom of Danny Fenster, a journalist and Michigander who is currently being held captive in Myanmar. “Here we are celebrating our independence day, July 4,” said Representative Levin during an interview with Moment. “What's the meaning of it? There's no idea of our country as a free country without a free press.” Fenster, 37, is the managing editor of Frontier Myanmar, a magazine covering news, politics and business in Myanmar. He was taken into custody at Yangon International Airport in Myanmar on May 24 while on his way to visit...

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What it Takes to Grow a “Badass Woman” Journalist with CNN’s Dana Bash and her mother Francie Weinman Schwartz

CNN chief political correspondent and anchor Dana Bash grew up surrounded by journalists – both her parents and her grandmother were in the news and television business. Francie Weinman Schwartz will turn the tables on her daughter and interview Dana about her childhood, her career, how she juggles motherhood with work, what it’s like covering presidents, how being a political journalist has changed over the years and the CNN series she launched, Badass Women of Washington. An endearing conversation between a daughter and her mother, a well-known author, a Jewish educator and a Moment Senior Editor.

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The State of Jewish Journalism with Andrés Spokoiny, Philissa Cramer and Sarah Breger

President and CEO of the Jewish Funders Network Andrés Spokoiny, Editor in Chief of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency Philissa Cramer and Moment Deputy Editor Sarah Breger discuss the role Jewish journalism plays inside and outside the Jewish community, how COVID-19 has changed the media landscape and the future of Jewish media.

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