Emma Green, Senior Associate Editor at The Atlantic

Emma Green is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where she covers politics, policy, and religion.

We spoke with her about how Democrats appeared to be the Party of God during their recent convention, what stood out while reporting and editing The Atlantic‘s recent series on young people choosing their religions, and what she would report on with unlimited time and an unlimited budget.


The pastor who spoke at the Democratic National Convention and whose name escaped me was Rev. Dr. William J. Barber, II. You can read more about his sermon right here.

Emma brought up this compelling story by Menachem Wecker about Zoroastrians who go to great lengths to date each other because there are so few of them.

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