CalMatters: "UC-AFT President Mia Mclver, (center) invites UC faculty members to walk on stage to celebrate the cancelation of the UC lecturers strike at UCLA." Nov. 17, 2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

CalMatters: Jodie Williams, Calley’s mother, (left), and friends cry as speakers remember Calley at R C Wisener Park in Chowchilla." Oct. 23, 2021 - Chowchilla, Ca.

CalMatters: "Tonya Muhammad at her child care in Hawthorne, Ca." October 28, 2021 - Hawthorne, Ca.

CalMatter: "During the early morning, Tonya Muhammad walks through the playground of her child care in Hawthorne, making last inspections before children arrive." October 28, 2021 - Hawthorne, Ca.

NPR/KCRW: "Hector Armando Garcia has been working at the Theodore Payne Foundation for over six years. He comes from a family of farmers. He says working here has changed his course in life for the best." October 22, 2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

NPR/KCRW: "Hector Armando Garcia, an employee at the Theodore Payne Foundation, waters Dudleya Pachyphytum succulent plants." October 22,2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

CalMatters: "UCLA students watch as UC-AFT President Mia Mclver, marches by." October 13, 2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

CalMatters: "Students hold signs while listening to UCLA faculty members share their stories of unfair wages." October 13, 2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

NPR/KCRW: "A mirror shows a reflection of Doug Bue as he sits inside his encampment at Veterans Row." September 20, 2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

NPR/KCRW: "Douglas Bue, 65, speaks to a deputy with the LA County Sheriff’s Department at the Veterans Row homeless encampment. Bue turned down an offer to go to the Dream Center but still hopes to move inside soon." September 20, 2021 - Los Angeles, Ca.

NPR/KCRW: "LAUSD students return back to in-person learning for the first time in over a year." August 16, 2021 - Los Angeles, CA.

NPR/KCRW: "In South Gate, at Montara Elementary School, a student eats her lunch outside in the playground. It is the first day back to school for LAUSD students." August 16, 2021 - Los Angeles, CA.

Palabra: "While Honduras is immersed in political turmoil and gripped by the effects of global warming, Jorge Andino uses ‘Play FM Honduras,’ a community radio station he co-founded, to create a space to speak truth to power and offer a platform to advocate for social justice and notably, people with disabilities." [Cover Photo] July 31, 2021 - Progreso, Honduras

Palabra: "Andino enjoys playing outdoors and getting lost in the music." [Published image] July 31, 2021 - Progreso, Honduras.

NPR/KCRW: "Dixie and Brian have been living on the Venice Beach Boardwalk since last year. The COVID-19 pandemic brought economic hardship to the couple leaving them with no choice but to pick a tent on the boardwalk. Dixie and Brian's story is one out of an estimated 200 people who are being cleared out by the city." July 2, 2020 - Los Angeles, CA

NPR/KCRW: "Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti takes a stroll down the Venice Beach boardwalk addressing the current homeless issue."[Cover photo} June 29, 2021 - Los Angeles, CA

NPR/KCRW: "Activists gathered at LA City Hall today to honor George Floyd, who was murdered last year by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin." [Cover Photo] May 25, 2021 - Los Angeles, CA

Reportar Sin Miedo: "En Honduras protestan contra las ZEDE: nuestro territorio no está a la venta."[Cover Photo] June 19, 2021 - San Pedro Sula, Honduras

The Daily Chela: "Tijuana Churches, On the Brink, Continue helping asylum seekers." [Cover Photo] April 2021 - Tijuana, Mexico

The Daily Chela: "Young migrant children walk between bunkbeds of an overcrowded local church where they have found temporary refuge." [published image] April 2021 - Tijuana, Mexico

The Daily Chela: "Mexican government busses transfer migrants from the Tijuana's port of entry to a local church to wait for next steps." [published image] April 2021 - Tijuana, Mexico

The Daily Chela: "Children play outside an encampment at the Tijuana port of entry, El Chaparral. There is an estimated 2,000 asylum seekers living outside the port of entry." [outtakes] April 2021 - Tijuana, Mexico

Palabra: "Some of the 25,000 soldiers and law enforcement deplyed to the inauguration of Joe Biden monitor traffic on the National Mall." - [Cover story] January 2021 - Washington D.C

Palabra: "Inauguration of Joe Biden" - [Cover story] January 2021 - Washington D.C

Palabra: "A woman looking towards the US Capitol listens to the new president, Joe Biden, give his first speech." [published image] January 2021 - Washington D.C

Palabra: "A small group gather outside the US Capitol to watch via cell phone the inauguration of Joe Biden." [published image] January 2021 - Washington D.C

Palabra: "The U.S Capitol in complete shut down for the Inauguration of Joe Biden." [published image] January 2021 - Washington D.C

Inglewood Today: "Protest in the City" [Cover Story] June 2021 - Los Angeles

Dame Magazine: "Kumeyaay Nation" - [Cover Story] August 2021 - Campo, CA

Dame Magazine: "Border Patrol agents confront Kumeyaay women. Agents try to stop Kumeyaay from protesting along the US/Mexico border." [published image] August 2020 - Campo, CA

Dame Magazine: "A construction worker uses a forklift to move the old landing mat border wall for the construction of the new 18 feet bollard style wall." [published image] August 2020 - Campo, CA

Dame Magazine: "Kumeyaay tribe on the US and Mexico side meet in the middle to share prayer." - [Outtakes] August 2020 - Campo, CA

Inglewood Today: "In downtown Los Angeles hundreds gather to protest the killing of George Floyd." [Cover Story] July 2020 - Los Angeles

Larchmont Chronicle: "A student from LA High School plays his trumpet to the empty gated school. All LA county schools are on shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic." [published image] July 2020 - Los Angeles

Easy Reader: " A local resident in Redondo Beach plays his guitar out to his neighbor who has recently lost her father due to COVID-19." [published image] August 2020 - Redondo Beach, CA

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