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Cassandra Fairbanks was born on March 11, 1985, in Central Massachusetts, USA.
Cassandra Fairbanks is an American journalist and activist. Her parents named her after a performer at the Spooky World in Massachusetts, which is quite interesting.
Cassandra Fairbanks was born and raised in a tiny village in central Massachusetts, about an hour's drive from Boston. She traces her lineage to Jonathan and Grace (Smith) Fairbanks, English immigrants who arrived in New England in 1633 and erected the Fairbanks House in Dedham, Massachusetts, in 1637, which is now North America's oldest surviving wood-frame house. She enrolled in the University of Massachusetts Amherst to study physics after high school but dropped out after just a few months. She moved to California and studied sound engineering at the Los Angeles Recording School. She traversed the country in that role, working for bands from the Warped Tour. She worked as a sound engineer before becoming a Greenpeace environmentalist.
Cassandra Fairbanks' net worth is unknown in the public database. Cassandra Fairbanks' income comes from her work as a news journalist, social media influencer, and political activist.
Cassandra Fairbanks’ annual income is unknown in the public database.
Cassandra Fairbanks stands at 5 ft 5 in (165 cm).
Born on March 11, 1985, Cassandra Fairbanks is 37 years old as of 2022.
Cassandra Fairbanks was born and raised by her parents in Massachusetts. As much information is not available regarding her parents and early life, the identity of her parents is still unclear. However, she has a brother called Faiz Anower.
There isn't much information available on Cassandra Fairbanks' early education. She enrolled at the University of Massachusetts to study physics after graduating high school. She did not, however, complete her course since she dropped out. Despite this, she studied and worked as a sound engineer for bands in the Warp Tour Vein at the Los Angeles Recording School. She also moved on to activism, completing a spell at SeaWorld and denouncing circuses.
Although there are countless photos of Cassandra Fairbanks and her kid on her social media platforms, including her Instagram, there is very little information about her love life. Cassandra Fairbanks dated Allum Bokhari for a while.
Cassandra Fairbanks is a social media influencer and journalist from the United States who is most known for her recent political participation. After establishing the Find the Dancing Man liberal campaign, which attempted to identify a man whose dancing had gone viral, Cassandra Fairbanks rose to notoriety as a political activist.
Cassandra Fairbanks began her activism career by participating in politics and debating related topics. Cassandra Fairbanks has always been interested in politics and current events. During her interviews, she talked about how her school held a mock election in second grade, and she was engrossed in it. Such dedication would later help her advance in her profession as a writer and political activist. Her work as a political activist has led her down a dangerous path. Cassandra Fairbanks swiftly set up a Twitter account to keep up with the news following the large disclosure of sensitive information to Wikileaks by US Army intelligence officer Chelsea Manning in 2013.
Cassandra Fairbanks began writing in 2014 as a byproduct of her advocacy. She largely covered police violence for the Free Thought Project. She continued to write for PINAC News in 2015, chronicling contentious policing around the United States. That summer, while covering anti-police brutality rallies on Interstate 70 in St. Louis, she live-streamed her own arrest.
Cassandra Fairbanks was also employed as a correspondent for Sputnik, the Russian state-funded international news organization, in 2015 and relocated to Washington, DC, for the job. While employed at Sputnik, she contributed 10 bylined stories to Teen Vogue in early 2016. According to BBC News, Cassandra Fairbanks underwent a political metamorphosis in 2016. Louise Mensch was a frequent subject of conspiracy theories while working for Sputnik, and Cassandra Fairbanks filed a complaint with the FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center for cyberstalking and harassment.
Cassandra Fairbanks and Mike Cernovich posed behind the lectern in the White House briefing room in April 2017, each giving an ok motion to the camera. According to The Independent in the United Kingdom, this sparked outrage on social media because the hand gesture might be associated with white power. Cassandra Fairbanks, who has half Puerto Rican ancestry, disputed that the gesture was racist (her mother is from San Juan). Cassandra Fairbanks was sued in federal court for slander when journalist Emma Roller tweeted the photo as simply two individuals executing a white power hand signal at the White House. Cassandra Fairbanks failed to establish that Roller uploaded the photograph with genuine malice; the court decided a year later.
After leaving Sputnik, Cassandra Fairbanks worked as a senior reporter at Big League Politics, a news site that promotes conspiracy theories and writes favorably about white nationalist politicians, according to The New York Times. In 2018, she arranged for the serial leaker and activist Chelsea Manning to make an unannounced appearance at what The Washington Post described as 'a far-right pro-Trump bash, irritating the extreme left.'
Cassandra Fairbanks covered Julian Assange for Big League Politics in October 2017. National Public Radio issued a subpoena to her in January 2020, seeking records and electronically stored material connected to her discussions with Julian Assange, among others, including journalists. The subpoena was issued as part of Texas money manager Ed Butowsky's defamation lawsuit against NPR. Cassandra Fairbanks' lawyer stated that because the subpoena sought work product protected by the District of Columbia's reporter shield legislation, no records or other materials will be provided according to the subpoena.
Cassandra Fairbanks flew to Ohio and assisted in organizing the response to a case at Steubenville High School. Cassandra Fairbanks spent many months in Ferguson, Missouri, with Black Lives Matter in 2015, during civil unrest sparked by the 2014 tragic death of Michael Brown in the hands of a police officer. Cassandra Fairbanks started a social media campaign to find a dancing man, and she found him in Los Angeles within 24 hours. She hosted a celebrity-packed event at Avalon Hollywood with hundreds of people, raising $70,000 for anti-bullying and positive body image groups. In addition, her Twitter account has 30,000 followers as of June 2022.
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