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Annamarya Scaccia

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New York
News Writer — Romper
Covers:  social justice, domestic violence, reproductive health, lgbtq, sex work, sex workers' rights, community, sexual violence, sexual health, constitutional law, reproductive justice, civil rights, public health

news writer, @Romper | words: @splinter_news, @RollingStone, @TeenVogue, @broadly, @thebodydotcom, more | bad jokes, loud mouth | annamarya@annamaryas.com

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Biography

Annamarya Scaccia is an independent journalist who has reported extensively on law and policy, sexual and domestic violence, sexual and reproductive health, civil rights, transgender rights, community news and events, arts, and entertainment, among other rousing topics. Her work has appeared in P...

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RT @andreagonram: I’m in awe of all these strong young women who over the last few days have stood up in front of their abuser to let… https://t.co/Q6m71zyGsd
RT @andreagonram: We might not be Gilead yet, but in its first year the Trump administration has undone years of progress for women.… https://t.co/4HvvqpHFWM
I am not a fan of the Kardashians, but I am here for Kim's no-shits-given attitude.  https://twitter.com/JoYurcaba/status/954109440671866880 
RT @andreagonram: This is so heartbreaking. These 140 girls (yes, ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY GIRLS were abused by Nassar) deserved so much… https://t.co/brCTHGAAnM
RT @andreagrimes: You do not have to check it out. It says what you think it says. Instead, read and support the work of the people o… https://t.co/YAQLJFkZNr
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What tools and software do you use to do your job?

Olympus digital recorder, Google Docs, Word, Audacity, Photoshop, Instagram, Twitter, Canon Powershot SX500 IS, smartphone

What story are you most proud of writing or working on?

My article on how domestic violence survivors were evicted from their homes due to nuisance ordinances meant to address problematic behavior.

What advice can you offer to aspiring journalists?

Never wavier from your passion, and always go after what's best for your—not your popularity.