Adam Serwer The Atlantic, Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Book, Salary, And Net Worth

Adam Serwer Bio | Wiki

Adam Serwer is an American journalist and author. He currently serves as a staff writer at The Atlantic. Adam mainly focuses on politics, race, and justice. Previously, he worked at Buzzfeed News, Mother Jones, and The American Prospect.  Adam has won awards from The Root, the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ), and the Society of Professional Journalists. In 2019, he was named a spring Shorenstein Center fellow. Adam won the 2019 Hillman Prize for Opinion & Analysis Journalism.

Adam Serwer Age

He was born in 1982 in Washington, D.C., United States of America. Adam is 40 years old.

Adam Serwer Height

He is a man of average stature. Adam stands at a height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx 1.73m).

Adam Serwer Parents | Family

He was born and raised by his parents in Washington, D.C. Adam’s father, Daniel Serwer, was in the Foreign Service. As a result, Adam spent part of his childhood overseas. His mother, Jacquelyn Serwer serves as the chief curator of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture. Daniel is Jewish while  Jacquelyn is African-American. Therefore, Adam belongs to mixed ethnicity. He grew up alongside his brother Jared Serwer.

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Adam Serwer Wife | Wedding

He is married to his radiant wife. On Jan 26, 2019, Adam posted a photo of himself and his wife on his Twitter account wearing their wedding rings and he wrote “I know I give the impression of being a cat bachelor but…no longer true!” The couple shares a daughter and they practice Judaism.

Adam Serwer Education

He graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Vassar College. Later, Adam enrolled for a master’s degree at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.

Adam Serwer Journalist

After his graduate school, Adam became a writing fellow at The American Prospect. However, he later left Prospect and went to work for Mother Jones. Adam worked for other publications such as Salon, MSNBC, Jack and Jill Politics, The Washington Post, and The Atlantic as a guest blogger for Ta-Nehisi Coates. In August 2014, Adam started working at BuzzFeed News as the national editor.

Adam Serwer The Atlantic

He joined The Atlantic as a senior editor on August 15, 2016. Adam’s work with The Atlantic focused on white supremacy, the Trump administration, and race in America. He has written essays such as “White Nationalism’s Deep American Roots”, “The Nationalist’s Delusion”, and “The Cruelty Is the Point.” Those essays have been cited by other journalists in different outlets. Apart from that, Adam has appeared in other media outlets including In the Thick, The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, All Things Considered, and On My Mind with Diane Rehm where he discusses his writing.

In 2019, Adam wrote his best-known essay titled “The Cruelty Is the Point.” He argued that the Trump administration’s policies were not only ‘cruel’, but cruel by design. In 2019, Adam received a fellowship from the Shorenstein Center. He was given a duty to research the historical role of African Americans and voting. His work on the rise of Trump, Trumpism, and America’s history of racism won him the 2019 Hillman Prize.

Adam’s Colleagues at The Athletic Include:

Bruce Feldman – NCFI

Ken Korach – sports comentator

Robert Mays – host

Chantel Jennings – writer

Stewart  Mandel – sportscaster

Shams Charania – reporter

Sheil Kapadia – writer

Jared Weiss – writer

Matthew Gutierrez – writer

Adam Serwer Cats

The journalist has multiple cats and he frequently Tweets about them. Adam refers to his cats as “the Garfields” because they are all orange. In the spring of 2021. he adopted a dog named Korra and was added to the household.

Adam Serwer Twitter Deleted

He had another Twitter account that he deleted in 2020. On June 9, 2020, Adam said he deleted the account because he did not want t it to devolve into a competition. BLM had been very successful at shifting public opinion on one of the most contentious issues in American history in a very short period of time. On April 16, 2021, Adam admitted to having deleted a couple of tweets. He wrote on his Twitter account Deleted a couple of tweets with rage typos but I’ll have more to say later.

Adam Serwer Book | New Book

He authored his first book titled The Cruelty Is the Point: The Past, Present, and Future of Trump’s America. The book is a collection of essays released by One World/Penguin Random House on June 29, 2021. The Cruelty Is the Point was named to the New York Times Best Seller list after its release. The book was reviewed by Kirkus as “a strong contribution to conversations about racism, injustice, and violence, all of which continue to plague this country.” However, conservative writer Helen Andrews criticized it as “the most toxic piece of journalism of the Trump era” in The American Conservative.

Adam Serwer Salary

He currently serves as a staff writer at The Atlantic. Adam earns an average salary of $79,683 per year.

Adam Serwer Net Worth

He is an American journalist and author with an estimated net worth of $1,596,782.

How Old Is Adam Serwer

Adam is 40 years old. He was born in 1982 in Washington, D.C., United States of America.

Who Is Adam Serwer

Adam is an American journalist and author who serves as a staff writer at The Atlantic.

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