What Are Immigrants Fleeing From?

By Rossella Battaglia I work for an Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) called Movimiento por la Paz as a community worker in a reception center located in Madrid. People we welcome can be identified as follows: sub-Saharan Africans coming mainly from Mali, Sierra Leone, Guinea Conakry, Gambia, Burkina Faso who begin their migratory process in their ownContinue reading “What Are Immigrants Fleeing From?”

Catalina Rodríguez Tapia

Meet Catalina I am a writer who will be published in December 2020. My upcoming book, “Conflicted: Voices of Central American Migrants” aims to eliminate the stigma linked to migrants by showing their stories and their aspirations when moving to the United States and other destination countries. I do so by telling the stories ofContinue reading “Catalina Rodríguez Tapia”

Ebtisam Abdulaziz

Meet Ebtisam My works are a clear and present part of who I am in the theater of life and daily existence. The variety in shapes and materials, from photographs to video, installation, numbers and geometric shapes are definitely exhibited for different purposes. Some document the accelerating times, others present an alternative concept to theContinue reading “Ebtisam Abdulaziz”

Wole Ajagbe

Meet Wole Wole Ajagbe is a Nigerian-American photographer currently residing with his orange tabby cat companion in Washington, D.C.. He started his photographic journey in high school where he learned to capture images on film and develop them in a darkroom. Since then, he has primarily transitioned to capturing images digitally and credits mobile photography’sContinue reading “Wole Ajagbe”