Damaly Gonzalez is a Brooklynite, Williamsburg-native of Puerto Rican descent that goes by she/her/hers. She is a freelance identity and culture journalist who writes about music, art, film/tv, and social justice issues through a critical analytical lens. Her work mainly focuses on latinidad, memory, and displacement. She has been published in Refinery29, Rolling Stone, Nonprofit Quarterly, ARTNews, The Latinx Project at NYU, NACLA and others.

Damaly is also a Writing Tutor at LaGuardia Community College. She holds a Masters in History and Urban Sociology from The Graduate Center, CUNY, focused on the study of gentrification. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @damalywrites.

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