New Opinion Piece: How Trump’s Tax Bill Pits the Rich Against the Poor by Ruxandra Guidi

"The final version of the Republican tax bill will not only cut taxes for large corporations and America’s wealthiest, but do so primarily by slashing trillions of dollars over the next decade from programs that serve low-income and middle-class families... If Occupy Wall Street was considered anti-capitalist, then the new tax law is a love song to social Darwinism in its purest form, shamelessly pitting the 1 percent against the 99 percent."

Read the rest of the column for High Country News here.


Photo sale to benefit Ecuador's Cofán Survival Fund by Ruxandra Guidi

Our print sale with photos by Bear Guerra is still on until the end of the year! We will ship the prints (exhibition quality, archival pigment ink print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag paper) to the recipient, with 60% of all proceeds going directly to the Cofan Survival Fund and their work in the field in the Ecuadorian Amazon basin. 

You can order prints here.


A Workshop on Podcasting in La Paz, Bolivia by Ruxandra Guidi

In late October, Ruxandra was one of two teachers (alongside Spanish journalist Teresa Bouza) who led a four-day workshop on podcasting and narrative audio storytelling. Nearly 60 community radio journalists, most of them women, came to the program from throughout Bolivia. 

More on the workshop here.


Going Gray in LA travels to the Los Angeles Public Library by Ruxandra Guidi

Following Broadway, an 18-mile avenue that cuts through the working-class heart of Los Angeles, last year we journeyed from Lincoln Heights, into Chinatown, through Downtown, and on to South LA to find out how our city is changing and what makes life worth living — as we grow old in Los Angeles. This photo exhibit will live at the first floor galleries of the LA Public Library downtown from October 6, 2017 until January 25, 2018. Free and open to all ages!

More on the exhibit here.