- Giselle Robledo
Giselle Robledo is a Prison and Justice Writing intern at PEN America. She is a recent graduate of Columbia University’s Comparative Literature and Society program and coordinator of student affairs at the Heckscher Foundation. In her free time, she likes to read Latin American literature, contemporary fiction, and memoirs.
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Oakland, Calif., voted to pass an ordinance that would ban municipal use of face recognition technology: https://t.co/LT1PgbmBLQ. Read more on mounting bipartisan concern over facial recognition: https://t.co/fNmeQXtG0z via @thomasomelia for @aminterest.
@PENamerican has announced the opening of the 2020 Emerging Voices Fellowship application! This fellowship aims to provide underrepresented writers with the tools, skills, and knowledge they need to launch a professional writing career. Apply here today: https://t.co/1HDRhEBQV3
These Journalists Are Facing Huge Threats And Injustice For Pursuing The Truth: https://t.co/OWrh3QSF6X via @BuzzFeedNews. PEN America continues to advocate on behalf of individual writers who are being persecuted because of their work: https://t.co/LUzJMNFFmZ. #pressfreedom