As antisemitism and Islamophobia rise and tensions heighten between Muslims and Jews, interfaith dialogue has become more difficult—and more important than ever. Join us for a revealing conversation with Muslim American Zainab Khan, co-founder and chair of the Muslim American Leadership Alliance; Iranian American Shirin Taber, founder and director of Empower Women Media; and Jewish American Heidi Basch-Harod, executive director of Women’s Voices Now. They discuss with Moment Editor-in-Chief Nadine Epstein the October 7 terrorist attack against Israel and the war with Hamas, the reaction from progressive organizations, women’s rights groups, and their own communities, as well as how their personal backgrounds inform their interfaith work and why they feel obligated to speak out against antisemitism.
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Moment Magazine was founded in 1975 by Elie Wiesel & Leonard Fein. Now led by Nadine Epstein, today’s Moment is home to award-winning multimedia journalism and innovative programs that reaches more than 1.5 million people. Moment’s Antisemitism Project is supported by the Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation.
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