Sarah Moosazadeh

Staff Writer - Atlanta Jewish Times

Writer covering Jewish happenings in Atlanta and various cultures around the world.

Contact: [email protected]

Portfolio

Aprio Comes Next for Habif, Arogeti
One of Jewish Atlanta's venerable names in accounting is going away. Habif, Arogeti & Wynne is rebranding itself as Aprio, the Sandy Springs-based, accountant-led business...
'Temple Bombing' Brings Atlanta Together Again
The Temple, Atlanta's oldest Jewish congregation, is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, and it commemorated one of the most important moments in its history Tuesday,...
Bonds Dinner to Honor 2 Emanu-El Couples
Two couples who are members of Temple Emanu-El are being honored with the Israel Bonds Star of David Award at a dessert reception Tuesday night, Feb. 21, for demonstrating a...
Mazon Exhibit Demonstrates What Hunger Is - AJT
By Sarah Moosazadeh | [email protected] "Hunger transcends all ethnic backgrounds and faiths," said Rabbi Brian Glusman, the Marcus Jewish Community Center's director of...
Meet the French Jew Who Spied on Retreating Nazis - AJT
By Sarah Moosazadeh / [email protected] Marthe Cohn was born less than two years after the end of World War I and grew up only 36 miles from Germany in the city of Metz,...
Nazi Anti-Semitism Destroyed Berlin Fashion Industry - AJT
By Sarah Moosazadeh | [email protected] "Berlin has a distinct flavor and offers a lot of opportunities to diverse groups," German Consul General Detlev Ruenger said at...
Bridge to Independence Engineers a Better Future - AJT
Above: Olga Wuls and brother Nikita Lomov visit Bernice and Jeff Savell. By Sarah Moosazadeh / [email protected] Olga Wuls, one of eight brothers and sisters in a family...
Nonprofit Yeladim Paves Path out of Foster Care - AJT
By Sarah Moosazadeh / [email protected] Sukkot represents a joyous holiday in which friends and family gather in the sukkah to celebrate. Members of Congregation Or...
Survivorship, Hope Bring Alice Hoffman's Book to Atlanta - AJT
By Sarah Moosazadeh | [email protected] Alice Hoffman is no stranger to the literary world: She has composed more than 20 novels for children and adults. Her work has...
Diverse Communities Paved Atlanta's Path to Glory - AJT
Above: (From left) Andrea Young, Shirley Franklin, Laura Hardman and Sherry Frank discuss what has made Atlanta great. By Sarah Moosazadeh | [email protected] "Atlanta...
Immigrant Experience Helps Unite Jews, Latinos
Chabad of Cobb Celebrates their 2nd Torah Inauguration
SPECIAL FOR THE AJT On Sun., May 4, Chabad of Cobb had the honor of celebrating their second Torah Inauguration within Cobb County. The community was in full attendance as...
Hard Truth on Campus: No End to Anti-Semitism - Atlanta Jewish Times
By Sarah Moosazadeh [email protected] "There is no better time to be a Jew," Jacob Levkowicz told parents and students during a discussion about "Unpacking Anti-Semitism...
A Notion of Peace
Rosh Hashanna, Jews Making News,

Book reviews

A St. Louis Survivor's Odyssey to Atlanta
More than 900 passengers, mostly Jewish refugees escaping Hitler, boarded the MS St. Louis ocean liner May 13, 1939, bound for Cuba. Among the travelers was 10-year-old Henry...
Sampson Focuses on Refugees Through Holocaust Lens
The fate of over 900 passengers was sealed when the MS St. Louis steamed from Europe toward Cuba with refugees escaping Hitler just before World War II. The passengers included...
'Phoenix' Rises With Rebirth of Peres, Israel
Shimon Peres' life remains an enigma for many, but those who knew him well would describe him as a staunch Zionist and builder of Israel's military might. After Peres' death...
'Netanyahu Years' Delves Into Family Time
Before his extensive term in office, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's turbulent family history and political career helped shape him as one of Israel's most scrutinized...

Atlanta Jewish Music Festival 2017

Molly Blank Concert Explores Rock 'n' Roll Era
During the 1950's and 60's the music industry birthed a new genre of music known as Rock n'Roll. The style quickly became popular and paved the way for numerous artists like...
Lost Language of AJMF8
Sarah Aroeste is passionate about two things, her love of Ladino music and sharing her culture with others. But that's not the only reason she was picked to perform five times...
Idan Raichel Continues AJMF International Tradition
Idan Raichel is one of the most celebrated Israeli artists and has performed on some of the world's biggest stages. Although he considers his music Israeli, global audiences...

Opinion

A Generation Divided
January 2014 issue of Pardis Monthly Magazine
Growing Up Persian and... Jewish? - A Persian Jewish Perspective on Living in Atlanta
A Generation of Change
An America for Non-Americans
A Notion Based on False Pretences

Film Reviews


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