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#HerStory

#HerStory is Twitter’s monthly original video series highlighting the work and personal stories of female journalists from around the world. Here you can watch the videos and read edited interview transcripts from all the women featured in this series.

Susan Page

@SusanPage is the Washington DC bureau chief for USA Today. A biographer and award-winning journalist, Page has covered six White House administrations during her career.

April Ryan

@aprildryan is a CNN political analyst and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, where she has served as a White House correspondent for over 20 years. During this time Ryan has interviewed numerous political figures and world leaders.

Tanzina Vega

@tanzinavega is the host and editorial creator of WNYC’s daily public radio news program, “The Takeaway.” An Emmy award-winning journalist, Vega works in a broad range of mediums, with a focus on inequality.

Juju Chang

@jujuchangabc is the co-anchor of ABC News Nightline. Born in Seoul and raised in California, Chang’s stories utilize personal narratives to get deeper into concepts, from a national crisis to domestic abuse.

Sylvia O’Bell

@SylivaObell is a journalist, and producer at Buzzfeed News. As the host of weekly black culture, entertainment, and politics show “Hella Opinions” Obell and guests unpack what's happening within black culture on Twitter.

Rukmini Callimachi

@rcallimachi is a Romanian-American journalist who writes about ISIS for The New York Times. A Pulitzer Prize finalist, Callimachi’s work has taken her around the world, including India, Iraq, and Senegal.

Maria Ressa

@mariaressa is the founder, CEO, and executive editor of Rappler. An award-winning Filipene-American journalist and author based in the Philippines, Ressa is known for her investigative reporting, and is one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People in the World.