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Bari Weiss: New York Times Editor / Writer + Author

Bari Weiss:  New York Times Editor / Writer + Author

 

Introduction to Bari Weiss.  0:44 sec. Interview: Raymond Elman. Camera:  Lee Skye. Videography & Production: Liban B. Iraola

 

 

BARI WEISS is an Op-Ed staff editor and writer for the New York Times. She writes about culture and politics. Weiss was an op-ed and book review editor at The Wall Street Journal before joining the Times in 2017. She has also worked at Tablet, the online magazine of Jewish politics and culture. She is a native of Pittsburgh and graduated from Columbia University in 2007. Ms. Weiss’s first book, How to Fight Anti-Semitism, was published by Crown in September 2019.  It is the winner of a 2019 National Jewish Book Award and a Natan Notable Book Award. 

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INSIGHT AND INSPIRATION: 1:31 min.

What was your path that led you to write about anti-Semitism for the New York Times?     .

 

CRITICAL THINKING:  1:31 min.

Do you think that fighting anti-Semitism will be a part of your life for the foreseeable future?

 

INSIGHT AND INSPIRATION:  2:11 min.

Five or ten years ago, I didn’t hear many people talking about anti-Semitism in America. Were we blind to it?

 

DEVELOP A VOICE:  0:50 sec.

Tell us about your experience with Bill Maher. 

 

CRITICAL THINKING:  1:46 min.

Beyond this book, what do you see as your broader project in the Jewish world?