Dealing with the level of violence taking a heavy toll on New York’s minority communities requires more than slogans. Continue Reading
Efrem Sigel is the author of two novels, "The Kermanshah Transfer" and "The Disappearance," as well as more than 30 short stories and memoirs published in The Antioch Review, MacGuffin magazine, The Journal, Nimrod, The Jerusalem Post, Congress Monthly and Xavier Review, among others. His latest book is "Juror Number 2: The Story of a Murder, the Agony of a Neighborhood." Sigel served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ivory Coast and holds a BA from Harvard and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is a project coordinator for the Education Committee, Harvard Business School Club of New York, and directs pro bono consulting projects to nonprofits in greater New York. Sigel also sits on the board of Futures and Options.