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Gabriel Arana is the Web editor at The American Prospect. His articles on gay rights, immigration, and media have appeared in publications including The Nation, Salon, The Advocate, and The Daily Beast. In 2010, he was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for his feature story on the Proposition 8 case in California. He has been a guest on television and radio talk shows including MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, CNN’s Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien, and NPR’s Talk of the Nation. Gabriel holds a bachelor’s degree in linguistics from Yale University and a master’s degree in linguistics from Cornell University. He is a native of Nogales, Arizona.
In addition to trying to make other people's good pieces brilliant as an editor, I'm also a writer. Below are the "greatest hits" as well as my archive at different publications I've written for. You can find my most recent stuff at The American Prospect, my current employer, but I also keep an archive of all my work at archive.gabrielarana.com.
“My So-Called Ex-Gay Life,” The American Prospect
“Gay on Trial,” The American Prospect
“Queer Eye for the Libel Guy,” Slate
“The Immigration Enforcement Trap,” The American Prospect
“A Tale of Two Victims,” The American Prospect
“The Border Violence Myth,” The Nation
“Higher Education Takes a Hit,” The Nation
“There’s No Such Thing as Superman,” The American Prospect
“The Era of Data-Driven Education,” The American Prospect
Sometimes people are foolish enough to let me talk live on television or radio. Below you can find some of my various media appearances. In addition, I also occasionally host an episode of "The Spotlight," the Prospect's audio-interview program (click here to open iTunes link) and serve as a guest on our podcast.