Brelaun Douglas is a journalist with an M.A. in multimedia journalism from New York University and a B.A. in print/online journalism from Howard University.

She has covered a wide range of topics including audio reportage of a Native American tribe’s life on the U.S.- Mexico border, a woman who regained her site after being blind for 15 years, a woman who became allergic to her own skin and a service dog working in laboratories.

Her reporting has appeared in publications across the U.S. such as People, USA Today, Huffington Post, Inside Edition, New York Post, The Daily Mail, TMZ, and Fox News, as well as internationally in The Independent, The Telegraph, The Metro and others.

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