Brianna Provenzano, VICE

Brianna Provenzano


New York, NY, United States

Contact Brianna

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • VICE
  • Pacific Standard
  • Mic
  • Business Insider

Past articles by Brianna:

The Chicago Teachers Strike Could Revolutionize the Way Unions Fight for the Working Class

The city’s rent crisis is so bad, educators are taking it upon themselves to fix it. → Read More

Hundreds of Toronto Uber Drivers Have Announced Plans to Unionize

The announcement tees up a fight between the United Food and Commercial Workers and rideshare giants like Uber and Lyft. → Read More

As the Republican Senate Blocks Reform, States Pass Their Own Gun-Control Laws

Since their governors' offices flipped to Democrat, New Mexico and Nevada have paved the way on gun reform. → Read More

A 'Morbid Fascination' With Columbine High School Might Lead to Its Shuttering

The 20th anniversary of the massacre has prompted an increase in security concerns as devout "Columbiners" flock to the campus. → Read More

Hundreds of Graduation Speeches This Year Will Include the Same Demand

High school and college students are signing up to devote two minutes of their commencement speeches to pleading for climate action. → Read More

The FTC Is Fining Facebook Over Data Privacy Concerns. Users Don't Seem to Care.

The tech giant announced the $3-5 billion fine alongside an 8 percent annual usership increase. → Read More

The 2020 Dems Are Split on Expanding the U.S. Franchise to Incarcerated People

Bernie Sanders supports letting incarcerated people vote. Pete Buttigieg does not. Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris are unsure. → Read More

Will Elizabeth Warren's Antitrust Plan to Break Up Big Tech Work?

The Democratic presidential hopeful has proposed dismantling Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon monopolies. → Read More

What Happens If Sheriffs Refuse to Enforce State Gun-Control Laws?

Second Amendment sanctuary counties are coming to liberal states, like New Mexico, Oregon, and Washington. → Read More

Parkland Exposed Major Flaws in the FBI's Tip Line. Its Proposed Fix May Present New Problems.

An ignored tip about the potential dangers of the Parkland gunman led the FBI to change its call-center practices, which may have political implications for minority and immigrant communities. → Read More

Democrats' Border Wall Solution Is Raising Privacy and Profiling Concerns

House Democrats are offering $1.6 billion to implement new surveillance technologies at the border and add more border-patrol officers. Human rights groups are concerned. → Read More

Ballot Initiatives Are Bringing Medicaid Expansion to Some of America's Most Conservative States

The passage of Medicaid expansion in three deeply conservative states is evidence that a less partisan presentation of policy is allowing voters to make decisions based more on their own interests. → Read More

The Implementation of SNAP Work Requirements Could Be Hugely Harmful to the LGBT Community

But it's hard to say exactly how harmful, as there are only scant data points available. → Read More


Mexico requests the US conduct “exhaustive investigation” into use of tear gas at border

While Mexico’s Foreign Ministry has continued to stress a "focus on shared responsibility” in handling the immigration crisis, Trump has called upon Mexico to bear the lion’s share of the burden. → Read More


Mexico’s incoming administration now denies deal with US on immigration

After the 'Washington Post' reported that the Trump administration had cut a deal with the incoming Mexican government on immigration, Mexico unambiguously denied such an agreement ever existed. → Read More


Trump foiled again at the border as federal judge halts White House ban on asylum claims

The decision comes after Trump also authorized the deployment of more than 5,000 active-duty military troops to the border — a move widely panned as a political stunt. → Read More


Abrams slams Kemp’s “erosion of our democracy” as she ends Georgia gubernatorial bid

Abrams suspended her campaign, but did not concede to Kemp, whom she accused of voter disenfranchisement. → Read More


Obama administration’s Andy Kim defeats Tom MacArthur, Obamacare repeal author, in narrow House win

Democrats’ ads in the district placed a heavy focus on MacArthur’s role in the Obamacare repeal effort, but it wasn't enough. → Read More


As death toll from the California Camp Fire mounts, residents say officials could have done more

“I wish we had the opportunity to get more alerts out, more of a warning out, but unfortunately we didn’t,” Butte County Sheriff Kory L. Honea said during a press conference. → Read More


Amid Florida’s contentious recount battles, lawsuits pile up

The only thing in Florida more ubiquitous than election recounts might be the lawsuits that have sprouted up in the interest of keeping them fair. → Read More