“�Papá, I don’t think you should go to work today.”⠀
As immigration raids increase throughout California’s Central Valley, many undocumented workers are afraid to leave their homes.⠀
Supported by #EHRP, @mattblack_blackmatt took photos for this @californiasunday piece on the dread and hope of migrant farmers and families.⠀
Link in bio⠀
#immigration #migrants #california #chicano #farmlife
Anna Tufino Camacho, 93, lives alone in Vieques. Blind in one eye, she also has heart disease and a fractured spine. She weathered the hurricane by lying in a bathtub.⠀
One year after Hurricane Maria, photojournalist Joseph Rodriguez (@rollie6x6) revisits Puerto Rico. ⠀
The project was supported by #ehrp. Link in bio.⠀
#puertorico #hurricanemaria #photoessay
#Repost @brictv with @get_repost
The majority of common areas in NYCHA buildings such as hallways have a fire hazard, including malfunctioning or missing smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Source: @economichardship
Attend our next Emmy Award winning #BHeard Town Hall, NYCHA: The Cost of Living Wed 10/3. FREE WITH RSVP, Link in the bio👆🏾
#nycha #publichousing #nyc #brooklyn #localnews #townhall
One year after Hurricane Maria, photojournalist Joseph Rodriguez (@rollie6x6) revisits Puerto Rico.
Pictured here: Because of the damage to her home in Utuado, Julia Rivera, 48, who has nine children, has to collect and store water in plastic jugs and cook meals in a makeshift kitchen she created in her backyard.
Link in bio.
With our support, @maddiemcgarvey and @jaredsoares took striking photos for the @time cover story on what it means to be a teacher in America. Link in bio
We have established a fund of up to $10,000 that will enable reporters just laid off by The New York Daily News to write substantial stories about economic inequality. This is in response to the 50 percent layoffs of editorial staff. Apply: economichardship.org/submit/ #journalism #inequality #nyc @nydailynews
Thanks @vogue for writing about our efforts in reporting about #poverty and #inequality across the country. Journalism matters! Featured here our Barbara Ehrenreich and Alissa Quart. #journalism #media
If the Supreme Court reverses Roe vs Wade, 22 states could ban abortion. @irincarmon did a story about the closing of #abortion clinics in Texas and how that affects many women, especially low-income women. Read the entire story: msnbc.com/shuttered #supportedstory #archive #womenhealth
Artists have been seen as one of the first factors of #gentrification. But in East LA, some artists are trying to change that and help the community. Read our latest supported story on @ prospect.org #california #art #people #community #latinx #change
In 2012, @rollie6x6 went back to Evergreen, California to visit former subjects from his photo essay documenting the lives of #LA gang members. When he went back, many members were not part of the community as they used to. His essay won a Southern California Journalism Award this past week 📷👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 first photo shows Mark Olvera with his wife in 2016, and the second one is Olvera in 1993. He’d been in and out of jail since he was 14. #photography #journalism #california #supported