WHERE WE REPORT


  • A bruised transgender woman is forced to wait for trial confined with male prisoners, many of whom abuse her. Image by Ana María Arévalo. Venezuela, 2017.

    Indigenous peoples throughout the Amazon rainforest are acting to protect their territories, their...

  • Tupi, 29, became a rainforest defender after a personal process of identity-building that has made her proud of her Tupinamba ethnic origins. She became the first woman in her village to assert that she had faced violence. That was the first step to addressing the issue of gender violence in her village, Sao Francisco, in the Extractivist Reserve of the Tapajós-Aparapiuns rivers. She has encouraged other Indigenous women to tell their stories and fight gender violence. Tupi leads a women's support group…

    Pablo Albarenga and Ana Maria Arévalo Gosen will exhibit their Pulitzer Center-supported work at...

  • File picture-242815-1577808264.png
    English

    Laura is a data visualization designer and front end software engineer, currently working at Descartes Labs. She uses her experience in science communication and web development to inspire people to...

    December 31, 2019
  • File picture-238238-1509047255.jpg
    English

    Rolando Arrieta is a three-time George Foster Peabody award-winning journalist, storyteller and educator. At NPR, he manages the day-to-day content production and breaking news operation. Rolando has...

    October 26, 2017
  • File picture-233777-1481815934.jpg
    English

    Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who regularly works for The New York Times, National Geographic, and TIME Magazine. She began photographing professionally for the Buenos Aires Herald in...

    December 15, 2016