Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Briahna Gray and Camille Baker

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Briahna Gray is the Senior Politics Editor at The Intercept. She is also an opinion columnist with a focus on progressive political messaging, as well as issues relating to identity and culture. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, New York Magazine, Rolling Stone, Current Affairs, and The Week, among others. Her insights regarding the weaponization of identity in the contemporary political sphere can be found in the Fusion documentary “Trumpland: Kill All Normies,” as well as a variety of podcasts and online programs, including NPR, TYT, and The Real News. Prior to joining The Intercept, she practiced law at a boutique litigation firm in New York City and was contributing editor to Current Affairs Magazine. She is also the co-host of the podcast “SWOTI (Someone’s Wrong on the Internet),” on which she applies a leftist lens to subjects relating to both politics and pop culture. She received a Juris Doctorate from Harvard Law School in 2011, and a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College in 2007. She splits her time between New York and Washington, D.C. Camille Baker is an audience engagement fellow at The Intercept. She graduated from McGill University with a degree in religious studies, and from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism with an M.S. in journalism. She has previously worked for the School of the New York Times and Democracy Now!. She is based in New York.

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