Human Rights, Antisemitism, Racism, Diversity, Democracy, Peace & Conflict
Humanity in Action held a Video Keynote discussion with Amanda Taub of the New York Times and Humanity in Action Fellows and Senior Fellows on January 18, 2018.
Amanda Taub, a former human rights lawyer, writes for The Interpreter, a column at the Times which explores the ideas and contexts behind major world events. She writes The Interpreter with Max Fisher. Recently, they have written on the #MeToo Movement, Angela Merkel’s coalition, U.S. mass shootings, the Rohingya and Aung San Suu Kyi, the politics of the term “terrorism” and crime in Mexico.
Thirty Humanity in Action Fellows, Senior Fellows, staff and board members joined the discussion.