Joseph (Jake) Klein

Joseph (Jake) Klein is a former Curriculum Manager and Content Creator at FEE.

Jake’s background is as a writer and film producer. Jake is the co-founder of The Black Sheep, a publication dedicated to promoting open inquiry on controversial topics, and the lead writer and co-producer of the YouTube channel Beyond Now.

Jake is the former Director of Media Production at the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR), where he worked with FAIR’s high-profile members and supporters to produce media content communicating FAIR’s pro-human message to the general public. Prior to joining FAIR, Jake founded and ran the Capital Research Center’s Dangerous Documentaries division, where he served as executive producer of the feature film No Safe Spaces and producer of the Politically Incorrect Guide animated series, among other projects.

Jake's work as an opinion writer has appeared in Quillette, The Washington Examiner, The Washington Times, and other publications, and he is the author of the upcoming book Redefining Racism: How Racism Became “Power + Prejudice.

Jake graduated with a degree in Film & Television from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.

Jake also volunteers as the DC, Maryland, and Virginia Chapter Leader for Atheists for Liberty.

Learn more about Jake on his website at JosephJakeKlein.com.