Reed Dunlea is a journalist and activist who grew up outside of Troy, NY and lives in Brooklyn. He most recently worked for three years as a video journalist at Rolling Stone, where he produced videos, photography, writing and podcasts about immigration, climate change, politics and music. He has also worked at Circa News, Vice, WNYC, the Center for Health, Environment & Justice, and the New York Public Interest Research Group. In 2018, Dunlea was nominated for a Webby Award in the Public Service & Activism category and was a Webby Award honoree in the music category. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Vassar College (where he was an intern at RMM) and a Master’s degree in Journalism from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York. He hosts a podcast called Protest & Survive about art and activism, and is a former DJ at WFMU, WRPI and Newtown Radio. He enjoys hiking, camping, seeing music and finding the best food

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