THE SOCIAL JUSTICE REPORTING PROJECT

This project is supported by The San Diego Union-Tribune, the San Diego Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, the Asian American Journalists Association San Diego Chapter and the San Diego Society of Professional Journalists

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THE TEAM

Six journalists from diverse backgrounds have been selected to take part in The San Diego Union-Tribune’s Social Justice Reporting Project, a civic engagement program to help amplify the unheard voices in San Diego on the topic of social justice.

THE MISSION

Through photography, videography and modern journalism, we are committed to documenting stories that amplify voices of racial and social justice movements in San Diego and Tijuana. By increasing the visibility of personal experiences not otherwise seen in local media, we hope to educate viewers in a way that catalyzes support for these communities.

Documenting the Undocumented

Project by Beto Soto

Exploring the activism work of undocumented San Diegans. 

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‘La Meta Es Seguir Adelante’
(The Goal is to Keep on Going)

Project by Jeff Valenzuela

After fleeing their home countries in search of dignity, safety, and the opportunity to provide for their families, members of the migrant caravans of 2017 and 2018 share what life has been like since arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Remains

Project by Nicole Antonacci

Exploring the roots of Indigenous injustice through the eyes of local Natives in San Diego.

   

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_____ While Black

Project by Semoria F. Mosley

Exploring the discriminatory depth of America's Finest City via the testimony of Black San Diegans. 

Not the Typical Racism

Project by Savannah Cadet–Haynes

Do you fit on the color scale? 

Colorism has divided the Black community and left biracial people to question where they belong. 

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Image by Semoria F. Mosley

Industrial Land

Project by Jordi Lebrija

In Tijuana, Latin America's corner, nearly half a million people work manufacturing jobs in precarious and unfair conditions ...

Through this video report we’ll see their realities and report their quality of life.

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