My body of work highlights human rights and social movements in the U.S. and Latin America. My content has been published in print and online in long form and photojournalistic reports. My work aims to build empathy, address issues of social justice and empower social change.
Ayotzinapa On the Ground and Across Borders
The incident has become a turning point in Mexican history: A year ago on the evening of Sept. 26, 2014 a group of 100 students from the Raul Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College in Ayotzinapa were attacked in Iguala, Guerrero by Mexican security forces.
In Her Name: Marisela Escobedo Ortiz
Mexican women have consistently organized against gender violence. Women whose children have been disappeared, whose daughters have been murdered, or who have been attacked themselves have used this rage and heartbreak to organize collectively to create a Mexico where this violence does not exist, or at least is brought to justice. These women human right defenders work in a country where violence against women is pandemic, and by dedicating their lives to defending human rights, their own lives are often endangered.
Amid a Growing Housing Crisis, RGB Approves a Second Straight Rent Freeze
“Fight, fight, fight! Housing is a human right!” chanted tenant organizers last night in front the Great Hall at Cooper Union in Manhattan. The Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) agreed to a second consecutive year of a rent freeze but refused to grant a rent rollback.