Adam Hudson is a journalist, writer, photographer, and San Francisco Bay Area native. Adam graduated from Stanford University in 2010 with a BA in International Relations, minoring in Middle Eastern Languages, Literatures and Cultures, with a focus on the Arabic language. In the winter of 2010, he traveled overseas to the University of Oxford where he studied international humanitarian law and public policy. Adam has been passionate about politics and a stalwart advocate of progressive causes since he was a teenager. At Stanford, he was involved in the NAACP, co-chairing the Education Committee for two years, and co-founded the student antiwar group Stanford Says No to War. In Fall 2012, he was an editorial intern at The Nation magazine in New York City. As a journalist, Adam focuses on war and peace issues, human rights, and police brutality. His work has appeared on PolicyMic.com, Examiner.com, Turnstyle News, and The Nation. He has also given political commentary on radio stations, such as 94.1 FM KPFA in Berkeley, California, 99.5 FM WBAI in New York City, and 900 AM WURD in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Adam continues his activism by supporting movements like Occupy Wall Street. Fun facts about Adam: he is an avid runner, plays drums, and a huge anime fan. You can his more of his work on his website: http://adamhudson.org/
Stanford Students Urge University to Not Invest in Companies That Violate Palestinian Human Rights
Trayvon Martin Death: Rethinking Crime and the Role of the Police
Systematic Racism Still Exists
Middle East Uprisings Give Palestinians Hope For Future
Palestine Papers and the Sham of the "Peace Process"
Israeli Preemption is Not an Option