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Zaydee Sanchez originally from the town of Tulare in California's San Joaquin Valley, first came to Los Angeles for college, received her bachelors of fine arts at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in 2011. Ms. Sanchez has also studied at the Los Angeles Center for Photography with some of the best teachers the city has to offer.  Zaydee works as an actress and photographer spending most of her time in the photojournalism world. She has been a devoted volunteer for, Share a Meal, a non-profit feeding the hungry homeless on Skid Row for more than 4 years. Her curiosity for life and compassion for humanitarian rights translates into moving photography to give a voice to those who are often unheard.


March 2019

Los Angeles City Council-member, Paul Koretz, recognizes Ms. Sanchez important documentation of survivors at the Mexican border, the refugees, and the homeless community on the streets of Skid Row. 

March 2019

Los Angeles City Commission on the Status of Women recognizes Ms. Sanchez as one of the fifteen women for Pioneer Women of the Year. 


April 2019

Activists: Chuck Levin, Zaydee Sanchez, and the Weiss brothers, pose for a photograph with City Council-member Paul Koretz. Council-member Koretz recognizes the Weiss brothers, owners of Foam Mart, Ms. Sanchez and Mr. Levin for their dedication of distributing over 500 recyclable foam cushions to the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. 

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