Roberta Brangam is a writer and editor with over 20 years of editing experience at the United Nations, specializing in social and economic issues. Her recent freelance projects range from the preparation of the Report of the UN Secretary-General on Protecting children from bullying to editing statements of visual artists for the German publishing house Steidl Verlag. A native of Northern Ireland, Roberta learned about social injustice firsthand. As a student of world history at McGill University in Montreal, she was a member of the first group of international students invited to study in China during the final years of the Cultural Revolution. Following a sojourn in the financial sector and working in radio news in Hong Kong, she joined the four million immigrants who call New York City home.
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