Jamilya Ramos covers general arts and pop culture and the right wing for Campus Progress. She is an aspiring screenwriter and seeks out discussion and haring of ideas on the political realm and its usage of media. Jamilya attended Brown University, where she studied the correlating relationship between modern media and culture. She interned and worked as an assistant to the executive director of the Coalition Against Trafficking Women (CATW), an international non-governmental organization dedicated to protecting women and children from exploitation. Originally from Brooklyn, Jamilya recently moved to southern California to pursue a career as a screenwriter. Follow her on Twitter @callmejam.
Recent articles by this author:
- Insensitive ‘Red Dawn’ Remake Spawns Anti-Asian Tweets
- ‘The War on Men,’ AKA an Oldschool Diatribe on Why Feminism Sucks
- Jezebel’s Attempt to Punish Teens for Racist Tweets Backfires—Feeds the Trolls Instead
- Dolce & Gabbana’s ‘Blackamoor’ Earrings and the Commodification of Culture
- The Last Racebender