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Briahna Joy Gray Husband, Wikipedia, Age, Bio, Parents, Height, Married

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Personal Details Summary
Name Briahna Joy Gray
Age / How old / Birthday / Date of Birth / DOB August 15, 1985. As of 2024, she is around 39 years old.
Parents Reuben Gray (mother) ; Leslie Fair-Gray (father)
Wedding & Marriage / Husband / Engaged / Spouse / Partner Check the full bio for relationship details.
Children / No. of Kids None
Ethnicity / Origin / Heritage / Race Black
Nationality American
Is Briahna Joy Gray Married? Currently, she is single. She is not dating anyone at the moment.
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Introduction :

  • Briahna Joy Gray is an American former law practitioner, columnist, Political Editor, and was the National Press Secretary for Senator and Democratic Presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders, in the 2020 US Presidential elections.
  • Smart, outspoken and passionate, Briahna is not afraid to speak up for her values and beliefs even when people disagree with her.

Personal Life, Parents and Family Details :

  • Born in 1985, Briahna was raised in North Carolina.
  • Gray is a descendant of forefathers who were slaves & spent a lot of time working very hard in order to send their children to good, private schools because they felt that public schools were not offering the quality education their children could benefit from.
  • Her parents worked as international school teachers and were able to provide free private schooling for their children.
  • Briahna took violin classes for 13 years when she was still in school.

Education : Qualifications, High School & College Info

  • In 2007, Gray graduated from Harvard University with a degree in the History of Art and the History of Science.
  • In 2011, she graduated from Harvard Law School with a Juris Doctorate.

Career, Job, Salary and Net Worth :

  • Gray began her career working as a summer associate for Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP. She was also a contributing editor, working for a local current affairs publication.
  • In March of 2012, she joined Eastern District of New York (EDNY) and began working as a law clerk. She left in March of 2013.
  • Briahna moved to Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky LLP in 2014 and spent four years working for the firm as an associate.
  • Moving from law to politics, Briahna joined the publication The Intercept in May of 2018 as a senior politics editor & has been working for the firm, while based in New York City.
  • In addition to being a politics editor for The Intercept, Gray also contributes as an opinion columnist, focusing on various social and political issues from a progressive point of view. As a political, legal and social writer, Gray has written several pieces that have been featured in popular publications such as New York Magazine, The Guardian, Current Affairs, Rolling Stone as well as The Week.
  • Gray has also been featured in a documentary on Fusion called ‘Trumpland: Kill all Normies’ in addition to being a part of numerous online shows and podcasts on platforms like The Young Turks, The Real News and NPR.
  • Briahna also co-hosted a podcast titled ‘Someone’s Wrong on the Internet (SWOTI)’ where she discusses pop culture and politics from a leftist’s point of view.
  • She often contributes to The Gravel Institute and has appeared as a guest on The West Wing Thing podcast. She is also a frequent guest on the popular web series, Rising with Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti.

The Bernie Campaign :

  • In early 2020, Briahna announced the National Press Secretary for Senator Bernie Sanders’ 2020 Presidential campaign.
  • Gray joins 15 other new appointees and 9 women who are part of Senator Sanders’ team. The team of talented women includes Arianna Jones (Communications Director), Sarah Ford (Deputy Communications Director) etc.
  • Her appointment saw her replace Symone Sanders who was Bernie’s press secretary during his unsuccessful 2016 presidential campaign.
  • Unfortunately, Bernie failed to secure the Democratic nomination.

Interesting Facts, Height and Trivia :

  • Gray loves science fiction and is a big fan of the Star Trek franchise. When she is not using her social media accounts as a platform to discuss social and political issues, she loves to talk about her love for Star Trek.
  • In the 2016 Presidential campaign, Briahna voted for Jill Stein, a fact endorsed by many Bernie supporters.
  • Despite having spent years fighting on behalf of Bernie Sanders, she opposed Bernie when he supported Joe Biden in the 2020 Presidential campaign.

7 thoughts on “Briahna Joy Gray Husband, Wikipedia, Age, Bio, Parents, Height, Married”

  1. Unless you want to spend your entire life shoveling shit against US democracy, give it up. The fascists have won, after years of the draft dodger’s, John Wayne, version of American history, over the bodies of millions of Native Americans and imported slaves (not part of the Hollywood version). I fled the Christian land of the free for godless China in April 2003, and I’ve never looked back.

    1. Wow! It’s so crazy that you say that because I have LITERALLY been saying the exact same thing, THE FASCISTS WON! It’s literally no point unless we plan on overthrowing them, we need to stop thinking we are going to get ahead by weaving our ways through this mythical American “democracy”, and everyone is so damn naive believing that they can work within this CORRUPT ass system and actually make enough of a socialist change that won’t get stepped on by the Supreme Court or Rich elites who control every arm of government. And what’s even more ironic is that I too am moving to China, THIS YEAR actually Hope to bump into you someday, because that’s where I’m going and I’m ALSO never going to look back. I’m over this fascist country and all of its bourgeois facets and elements. These miserable FUCKS can keep it honestly, this country looks like shit anyways and needs a complete and total upgrade!

  2. Been watching Briahna for years now. She is a refreshing independent voice who always asks hard questions.

  3. Brianna Joy Grey, You are a breath of fresh air! So sorry, I will not be able to see you any more, on “hear the Bern!” They were very enlightening! I am not an admiring male. I am an old Progressive woman. My husband and I are both 68.Thanks to Medicare, he is no longer crippled. We had small businesses; and could not afford to buy insurance in the later businesses, when we did not make as much money. We thought everyone should be able to be well, with Medicare For All. We voted for Jill Stein, after Bernie was sabotaged in 2016.Now that they have done it again, we will go Green again. We are completely finished with the Democratic Party! We should have known better! The Repugnants and the Damocrats are two sides of the same coin. We feel foolish for not learning this, the first time. Bernie was exactly what we needed, right now. There are too many gullible, brainwashed people in this country, who fell for the electability balony. At least Bernie was smart enough to pick you! Keep up your good work! The Progressives need your voice. Thank you for your great effort!

    1. I have been screaming in my head about how I haven’t found many people who feel the same way about our “two-party” system! I’m more center of the aisle but find Brihana the most honest, and fair person to report on anything. She lets her opinion be known but she doesn’t let that dictate how she presents a story. I respect that in her and think she could be such an example of what traditional media is missing and doing wrong! I would love to see her blow all these mainstream hypocrites out of their comfy anchor chairs and rise to the top.

  4. Brihna Joy Gray is a marked upgrade in Senator Sanders 2020 campaign. She represents Senator Sanders calmly with command of the metrics which support his front-runner status and reasons why Senator Sanders will be elected, if the Democratic establishment doesn’t sabotage him again.
    Programs which create a social net work for the American working class or classes are not Socialist. Such programs redistribute wealth, which makes the global market system more efficient. Vast economy inequality is not good for anyone, capitalists or the working classes.

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