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Gabriella Canal studied Journalism and International Relations at the University of Miami. She has built a record of seeking out opportunities she feels strongly passionate about, and that require her to help inspire change. Social justice, writing, photography and videography are her passions. Sharing the stories of those affected by the world's biggest challenges in an effort to alleviate their conditions is her mission.

Stories

  1. Article: Turkey’s New High School Curriculum Will Officially Drop Evolution
    Education

    Turkey’s New High School Curriculum Will Officially Drop Evolution

    By Gabriella Canal|June 23, 2017

    Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution is too “controversial,” an official announced this week. Read more

  2. Article: The World’s Biggest Coal Company Just Closed 37 Mines — Here’s Why
    Environment

    The World’s Biggest Coal Company Just Closed 37 Mines — Here’s Why

    By Gabriella Canal|June 23, 2017

    As solar power grows, fossil fuels are plummeting. Read more

  3. Article: 12 Photos of Global News You Might Have Missed This Week
    Citizenship

    12 Photos of Global News You Might Have Missed This Week

    By Gabriella Canal  and  Olivia Kestin|June 23, 2017

    From the wildfires in Portugal to vigils in England, here's what happened this week. Read more

  4. Article: This Disease Leaves Someone Blind Every 15 Minutes — and Women Are the Most Vulnerable
    Health

    This Disease Leaves Someone Blind Every 15 Minutes — and Women Are the Most Vulnerable

    By Gabriella Canal|June 23, 2017

    It’s entirely preventable, yet it leaves millions around the world irreversibly blind. Read more

  5. Article: 12 Photos From the First-Ever Pride Parades in New York City
    Citizenship

    12 Photos From the First-Ever Pride Parades in New York City

    By Gabriella Canal  and  Olivia Kestin|June 22, 2017

    47 years ago, thousands of marchers took to the streets of NYC in commemoration of Stonewall. Read more

  6. Article: Sea Levels Are Rising — But the Dutch Have a Solution
    Environment

    Sea Levels Are Rising — But the Dutch Have a Solution

    By Gabriella Canal|June 22, 2017

    Their philosophy? Don’t fight water, live with it. Read more

  7. Article: America Is Now Considered a ‘Second Tier’ Country, According to This Index
    Citizenship

    America Is Now Considered a ‘Second Tier’ Country, According to This Index

    By Gabriella Canal|June 21, 2017

    The US came in 18th out of 128 countries. Read more

  8. Article: Women Carry More Student Loan Debt Than Men, New Study Finds
    Education

    Women Carry More Student Loan Debt Than Men, New Study Finds

    By Gabriella Canal|June 21, 2017

    More women are getting college degrees than men, but that comes at a cost. Read more

  9. Article: Immigration Officers Target Human Trafficking Victims in Latest Raid
    Citizenship

    Immigration Officers Target Human Trafficking Victims in Latest Raid

    By Gabriella Canal|June 21, 2017

    ICE tried to detain a human trafficking victim, in court, in a sanctuary city. Read more

  10. Article: As ​Rich Countries Slash Education Aid, Sub-Saharan Africa Will Be Hit the Hardest, Report Says
    Education

    As ​Rich Countries Slash Education Aid, Sub-Saharan Africa Will Be Hit the Hardest, Report Says

    By Gabriella Canal|June 16, 2017

    Traditional donors like the US and UK “are simply shifting their priorities away from education.” Read more