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Magida graduated from Marlboro College with a bachelor's degree in 1967 and received his master's degree from Georgetown University in 1972. Magida is a recipient of a master's degree from California School of Professional Psychology.
Magida started his career as a reporter for Patriot in Harrisburg in 1967. The next year he went to Gazette and Daily in York and in 1972, became an editor and writer for Ralph Nader’s Congress Project in Washington, DC. Two years later, Magida joined National Journal, where he held the position of an environmental reporter till 1976.
From 1977 to 1983, he worked as director of publications and then as a freelance writer and editor for Energy Conservation project at the National Parks and Recreation Association. He then started his long relationship with Baltimore Jewish Times, holding the position of a senior editor till 1995.
During next 20 years, Magida worked variously as a consultant to several PBS documentaries and to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum; a columnist for Beliefnet.com; a contributing correspondent to PBS's "Religion & Ethics Newsweekly;" and editorial director of Jewish Lights Publishing. He has also spoken around the country, from Nantucket to Los Angeles, from Sag Harbor to San Francisco, and to such organizations as the 92nd Street Y in New York, the Anti-Defamation League, the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee and an international convention of the Psychic Entertainers Association.
Magida is currently a writer-in-residence at the University of Baltimore and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University. He lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Magida is married since August 20, 1978. His wife’s name is Helen. The couple has 3 children: Sarah, Amy and Molly.