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PolicyMic's Amazing Pundits Get Mentioned Across the Media

For all the PolicyMic-ers out there who've been featured, mentioned, and re-tweeted by news outlets, we want to brag about you!

PolicyMic couldn't help but notice that lately, many members of our extraordinary community are all over the web, referenced in smart discussions taking place that they initiated on PolicyMic. As part of our new blog on weekly press mentions, we'll feature a "best of" compilation in which we spotlight our amazing community as they get mentioned across the media. Check out some highlights from the past four weeks!

1. Andrew Pasternak, New York Magazine (April 5, 2013)

Pundit Andrew Pasternak was quoted in New York Magazine's coverage on the evolution of trolls. His PolicyMic piece on North Korea discussed whether the country itself fit the definition of a global geopolitical troll.

2. Areej Elahi-Siddiqui, Fark.com (April 23, 2013)

Areej Elahi-Siddiqui got a shout-out for her piece on the West Bank's first marathon, and the difficulty of finding 26.2 miles of contiguous land in occupied Palestine.

3. Liz Plank, The Globe and Mail (April 19th, 2013)

Superstar PolicyMic intern Liz Plank was featured in Canada's Globe and Mail for her article on the new Dove campaign, and the harms of female objectification.

4. Liz Plank, Aljazeera (March 28, 2013)

Liz Plank strikes again! Her response to the New York Times series, "Do Women Have What it Takes to Lead?" landed her in Aljazeera last month.

PolicyMic is thrilled when members of its community are featured in other news discussions. Have you noticed a PolicyMic-er stirring up debate elsewhere on the web? Let us know!

Email Caira Conner (caira@policymic.com) (Subj: PolicyMic Press Mention) with a name of the publication and link to the article. We'll spotlight you in our weekly press mentions!

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