Diane Vacca is trained as a medievalist and taught medieval literature, Spanish and Italian at several universities before becoming a journalist with specialties in politics, the arts and New York City. Her work can also be found at Vacca Bureau of Investigation,Comedy Beat and the New York City biweekly Chelsea Now, where she covers everything from education and public housing to landmark designation and the arts.
Books

Book Review: ‘Because of Sex’

By Diane Vacca
By Diane Vacca

“Sadly, [Fox News commentator Gretchen] Carlson's suit follows a time-worn pattern: supervisor propositions subordinate, subordinate refuses, supervisor makes subordinate's life a misery.”

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News

Pope’s Visit Bridges Gaps Between Many Groups of People

By Diane Vacca
By Diane Vacca

Now that the whirlwind visit of Pope Francis to the United States has come to a close, I urge people of all faiths to watch and contemplate the video of the pontiff’s visit to the September 11 Memorial. The multi-faith service was deeply moving as it showed Americans embracing one another and praying for peace together.

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