Published in All Digitocracy. There are over 54 million Hispanics in the U.S. today according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Attitudes toward this community have improved over the past three decades but four of the most powerful Latina journalists say there’s still work to be done. Here are three things learned from veteran journalists Maria […]Read More Powerful Latina journalists reflect on the past & future of Hispanics in media
Listen to her story: Sana Ullah is about to graduate with a bachelor´s in digital media. She could start working for a company as their digital marketing agent, but what she really wants is to be a photojournalist and travel around the world. Her love for photography started years ago, and she even started her […]Read More Sana Ullah
Listen to the story: It may take months of preparation for Miami artists to get ready for Art Basel. But for local art supply stores, this time of the year means extra hours and big sales. I.D Art is a family-run business in Downtown Miami. The art supply store carries the main brands in the […]Read More Podcast: Art Basel impacts local art supply store
Listen to the story: College seniors usually start worrying about landing a job some time in the spring before graduation. But for the thousands of international students in Florida colleges and universities, that worry starts now. Florida ranks seventh on the top ten list of states hosting international students, with 32,746 international students in both […]Read More Working as an international student in the U.S
Going into Elrazaz: This summer, I lived in Cairo for seven weeks. During this time, I met the NGO, Life Makers, which took me to a community called Elrazaz. This neighborhood is surrounded by trash filled mountains and dirt roads that seem to never end. Brown-brick houses stack next to each other, creating an ongoing […]Read More Making of “A Family´s Collection”
The last six weeks that I have been living in Egypt, the ambient has been frantic due to Cairo´s nonstop city life; however, despite the daily chaos, life in Cairo has been safe and tranquil. Yet, since my arrival I have discovered the unrest of half the population in Egypt toward its current president, Mohammed […]Read More What are you up to, Egypt?