Elizabeth Alvarado is a multimedia freelance journalist with a passion for exploring social issues within communities of color. Based in Washington State, she has covered the Latinx community around Seattle and has worked abroad in Mexico City reporting on women’s issues. Through her writing, she aspires to give a voice to those who feel they aren't being heard.
Anti-Blackness in the Tejano community
Boycott berries? A third generation Sakuma Brothers worker weighs in
Exposición artística Nasty Women llega a México
Black Women Creatives: In Conversation with Photographer Taesirat Yusuf
El arte también es una forma de resistencia: Nasty Women
After ‘Day without Immigrants’ Stanwood immigrants left without jobs
The 10 Female Groups Running the A Cappella World
Life As A First Generation Student
The World We Need - Edited By Audrea Lim - Chapter 18
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