@juliennegage

  • @juliennegage
    28 February, 2021

    Wrapping Black History Month on the UnidosUS ed blog with a civic engagement story that can be practiced all year.… https://t.co/elJJu5Jz9N

  • @juliennegage
    6 January, 2021

    RT @staceyabrams: While today’s terrible display of terror and meanness shakes us, let’s remember: @ossoff, Jewish son of an immigrant & @R

  • @juliennegage
    6 January, 2021

    "It's not a protest. It's insurrection." President Elect Joe Biden.

  • @juliennegage
    6 January, 2021

    RT @TheRevAl: We had over 200,000 people March on Washington last August. Not one incident or arrest. Compare that to the bedlam unleashed…

  • @juliennegage
    4 January, 2021

    Call Your Gente! Latinos could help determine the outcome of Georgia's runoff elections for two U.S. Senate seats.… https://t.co/Eqtt9cf8Mq

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Julienne Gage

 

Julienne Gage is a Miami-based anthropologist and journalist who has worked as a reporter and as a civil rights and international aid communications specialist in the United States, Latin America, the Caribbean, Africa, and Europe. Her fieldwork has exposed her to many forms of cultural expression, and during her master’s in anthropology, she studied at Cuba’s Center for the Investigation and Development of Cuban Music.

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