Sabrina Armaghan Kharrazi is a first-year student at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. She was raised in Cave Creek, Arizona and lived there until she moved to Berkeley, which she graduated from last year with a BA in Media Studies and a double minor in Journalism and Global Poverty and Practice. Sabrina hopes to spend her career advocating for unrepresented communities and diversity in journalism. More specifically, she has been very involved with the East Bay’s unhoused community.
University of California Berkeley, BA in Media Studies with a double minor in Journalism and Global Poverty and Practice
The Daily Californian
The Women's Daytime Drop-In Center
PUBLICATIONS & OTHER WORK
The Daily Californian (May 2020)
Oakland North, https://oaklandnorth.net/2020/11/10/oakland-residents-oppose-enforcement-of-highly-contested-encampment-management-policy/
Oakland North, https://oaklandnorth.net/2020/11/02/south-bay-residents-to-decide-the-future-of-neighbors-who-live-in-rvs/