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Valeria Fernández


Originally coming from Uruguay, Valeria lives and works in Phoenix, AZ as an investigative independent journalist and filmmaker focused on amplifying voices of immigrant communities.

Her reporting on abuses of incarcerated Central American youth in Mexico was published by PRI’s The World, and NPR’s Spanish-language podcast, Radio Ambulante. Her most recent work can be found in Latino USA, The Guardian, California Sunday Magazine, Radio Bilingüe and the Arizona Center for
Investigative Reporting. Today, she’s a Nieman Visiting Fellow developing “Comadres al Aire,” a Spanish-speaking podcast on health for women, including trans, and non-binary people.
She teamed up with Fidel Enriquez to co-direct short documentaries for the multi-awarded webdocumentary “Connected Walls”.

Website: valeriafernandez.net
Twitter: @valfernandez

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