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Marcia G Yerman

Covers:  Women's Issues, human rights, politics, environment, culture and the arts.
Writer/Activist/Artist focusing on Women's Issues, Environment, Human Rights, and Culture.

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Marcia G. Yerman, based in New York City, writes profiles, interviews, essays, and articles focusing on women’s issues, human rights, the environment, culture and the arts.

Her work has been published by the New York Times, NextTribe, AlterNet, EmpowHER, The Raw Story, Women News Network, truthout and The Women’s Media Center. She maintains platforms at Daily Kos, OpEdNews and Medium. Her home site, where articles are archived, is

Yerman has conducted interviews with former Pre…

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@mgyerman — 3,863 followers, 60,493 tweets

RT @DrIbram: The fact that Black women are the backbone of the Democratic Party, and a Black woman named #AtatianaJefferson was…
If I weren't so determined to get #Trump out of office, I would seriously consider hibernating until December 2020.
#DemDebate @PeteButtigieg wants a national service program to help bring people together.
RT @DavidNir: If you think it's awesome that Tulsi Gabbard is BFFs with Trey Gowdy, please do not read the quoted tweet 
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How is social media changing news?

Social media allows the opportunity for unheard voices to get traction. It creates a level playing field.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

Speaking the truth to power.

How do you prefer to be pitched on stories?

Via e-mail. And I hate when people send me way off-topic pitches!