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Rose Arce is a three-time Emmy Award-winning journalist who has been a producer on 13 documentaries, including Her Name Was Steven, Gary and Tony Have a Baby, Rescued and the Black in America and Latino in America series. She spent 15 years at CNN reporting documentaries and covering breaking news around the world, including the earthquake in Haiti and the war in Afghanistan. Previously she had been a producer at CBS News and WCBS, where she was honored for her investigative reports on abortion and policing. She began her career as a print reporter, covering police and education for the NY Daily News. Her most recent print reporting assignment was at New York Newsday where she shared the Pulitzer Prize for spot news reporting with her colleagues. She is a graduate of Barnard College.