@ciaralavelle

  • @ciaralavelle
    18 August, 2017

    "Confederate statues represent the effort to erase history... This push to remove them is a request to recover and… https://t.co/bk20gYbqC0

  • @ciaralavelle
    18 August, 2017

    RT @jelani9: In which @AdamSerwer ethers your defense of Lee. https://t.co/dhxzY15nhm

  • @ciaralavelle
    17 August, 2017

    RT @MarlaCaceres: I have photos of myself with my ex boyfriends all over my home. My husband likes it cause he says it's part of my history.

  • @ciaralavelle
    17 August, 2017

    (but like seriously, someone tell Google)

  • @ciaralavelle
    17 August, 2017

    Rare good news alert: Miami schools actually renamed Robert E. Lee park for a Puerto Rican poet decades ago: https://t.co/MCK32ol26L

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Ciara LaVelle

Ciara LaVelle

Ciara LaVelle is New Times' arts and culture editor. She earned her BS in journalism at Boston University, moved to Florida in 2004, and landed a job as a travel writer. For reasons that seemed sound at the time, she gave up her life of professional island-hopping to join New Times' staff in 2011. She left the paper in 2014 to start a family, but two years and two babies later, she returned in the hopes that someone on staff would agree to babysit. No takers yet.

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