Kati Marton has successfully combined a career as a reporter and writer with human rights advocacy. Contributing to major news organizations, she has covered everything from terrorist attacks in Northern Ireland to the peace efforts in the Middle East. Marton is actively involved in humanitarian causes and was chief of Outreach at the United Nations. Her latest book, Enemies of the People: My Family's Journey to America, in which she reveals her eyewitness account of her parent's arrests in Cold War Budapest, was hailed by Barbara Walters as "a true story that is deeply moving and altogether amazing."
Co-sponsored by The Carl and Dorothy Bennett Center for Judaic Studies.
Funded by the Frank Jacoby Foundation.
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