About Gabrielle Deonath

Gabrielle Deonath is an editorial intern at Global Citizen. She graduated from Adelphi University, earning a degree in Communications with a concentration in journalism. Gabrielle has a passion for telling stories through journalism and creative writing. Through her work, she hopes to give a voice to those without a platform and highlight unadulterated narratives of marginalized and minority communities.

Stories

  1. Article: South African Rapper Sho Madjozi Takes on Period Stigma With New Chatbot
    Water & Sanitation

    South African Rapper Sho Madjozi Takes on Period Stigma With New Chatbot

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 20, 2019

    “You don’t have to hide just because you are on your period,” Madjozi said. Read more

  2. Article: Metallica Donates $277,000 to Fight Pediatric Cancer in Romania
    Health

    Metallica Donates $277,000 to Fight Pediatric Cancer in Romania

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 19, 2019

    The money will go toward the construction of the country’s first pediatric oncology hospital. Read more

  3. Article: Scientists Develop 'Groundbreaking' Cure for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis
    Health

    Scientists Develop 'Groundbreaking' Cure for Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 16, 2019

    The drug may be on the market as soon as the end of this year, the TB Alliance says. Read more

  4. Article: We Asked You to Tell Congress Why You Support Strong US Aid — and Your Messages Were Truly Powerful
    ImpactCitizenship

    We Asked You to Tell Congress Why You Support Strong US Aid — and Your Messages Were Truly Powerful

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 14, 2019

    Your 15,000 messages will be invaluable in pressuring the government to step up on this issue. Read more

  5. Article: Global Measles Cases Have Tripled Since Last Year, WHO Says
    Health

    Global Measles Cases Have Tripled Since Last Year, WHO Says

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 14, 2019

    The number of cases is the highest it’s been since 2006. Read more

  6. Article: Scientists Are Closer to Curing Congo's Ebola Crisis With Two New Treatments
    Health

    Scientists Are Closer to Curing Congo's Ebola Crisis With Two New Treatments

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 13, 2019

    All patients are now receiving one of the two successful treatments. Read more

  7. Article: Children's Books About the Environment Are Now Trendy — Thanks to Greta Thunberg
    Education

    Children's Books About the Environment Are Now Trendy — Thanks to Greta Thunberg

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 13, 2019

    A new environmentally conscious generation is creating a demand for books about saving the earth. Read more

  8. Article: Water Crisis Looms Over US States as Global Temperatures Rise
    Water & Sanitation

    Water Crisis Looms Over US States as Global Temperatures Rise

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 7, 2019

    New Mexico is the state facing the highest stress on its water supply in the country. Read more

  9. Article: These Vending Machines Offer Free Books to Children in New York City
    Education

    These Vending Machines Offer Free Books to Children in New York City

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 5, 2019

    The machines provide age-appropriate books in neighborhoods where resources are limited. Read more

  10. Article: Saudi Women No Longer Need a Man's Permission to Travel
    Girls & Women

    Saudi Women No Longer Need a Man's Permission to Travel

    By Gabrielle Deonath|Aug. 2, 2019

    The move could be a major step for women’s rights, but some fear it’s too good to be true. Read more