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Emily Douglas

 

 

 

 

 

Emily Douglas is the senior editor at TheNation.com, where she also blogs. She has written about politics, culture and the law for The Nation, The American Prospect, the LA Review of Books, the Women’s Review of Books, and RH Reality Check, and maintains a Tumblr of observations about the changing media landscape.

She is a contributor to Here Come the Brides: Reflections on Lesbian Love and Marriage. She is the co-chair of WAM!NYC, the New York City chapter of Women, Action and Media, a national organization working towards gender justice in media. She is a former editor at RH Reality Check and a former educator/advocate at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders.

And when she’s not swamped with writing, she can be found jaunting on the beach. (She went to New York City beaches at least ten times this summer!)

 



 

 

 

 

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