Pilar Galvan Pilar Galvan is a reporter whose work focuses on the intersections of media and culture.
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Pilar Galvan

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Pilar Galvan (she/her) is a reporter whose work focuses on the intersections of media and culture. She is passionate about film, music and sports. She recently graduated from Yale University where she double majored in anthropology, specializing in ethnomusicology, and art, concentrating in digital media. She previously worked in digital media at art institutions including MoMA PS1 in Queens, NY, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Museum in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Brendan and Nora Zehetner as Laura in Brick. kpa Publicity Stills/Alamy Stock Photo hide caption

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Quill Tree Books

Banned Books: Author Jerry Craft on telling stories all kids can identify with

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Candlewick Press

Banned Books: Author Susan Kuklin on telling stories that inform understanding

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Carolrhoda Lab

Banned Books: Author Ashley Hope Pérez on finding humanity in the 'darkness'

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