Marie Solis

Staff Writer
Marie Solis

Marie Solis is a politics writer at Newsweek focusing on women's issues. She's previously written for Mic, Teen Vogue, Bustle, Glamour, The Awl, Gothamist and more. She was also a member of the reporting team behind 2016's 'Unerased,' a database tracking transgender homicides that won a GLAAD award and the Al Neuharth Award for Innovation in Investigative Journalism. You can reach her at m.solis@newsweekgroup.com.

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