Abraham Gutman is an Israeli freelance writer currently based in Philadelphia. His writing focuses on Israel/Palestine, race in America, policing, and housing. He holds a MA in economics from Hunter College, where he did research on stop-and-frisk policies. Abraham currently works at the Center for Public Health Law Research at Temple University. His writing has appeared in Salon, Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Magazine, WHYY, Inside Higher-Ed, The Forward, among others. All opinions are his own.