Selected Writings

Mexico’s President Says the War on Drugs is Over. Not All Mexicans Agree.The Nation, 2019 human rights – politics – drug war
Mexico’s Women Are Learning To Hit Like A GirlBright, 2019 gender – cities – human rights
The Searchers, The Baffler, 2019 human rights – politics – drug war

What does AMLO Mean for Migrants?, The Nation, 2018 human rights – politics – migration
Caravan Migrants Carry Hopes Northward As Their Journey ResumesThe Nation, 2018 human rights – politics – migration
Defending Water, Defending Life, Strangers Guide, 2018 cities – politics – human rights
The Mexican Town That Refused To Become A Smart CityThe Guardian, 2018 cities – politics – culture
Makeup in TransitLenny Letter, 2018 cities – gender – culture
What Does the Mexican Left Think of Mexico’s “Leftist” President-Elect? The Nation, 2018 politics – human rights
Why Do We Turn To Stories In The Midst Of A Disaster? Literary Hub, 2018 culture – cities – human rights

The Recovery: Disaster Capitalism in Mexico CityN+1, 2017 politics – cities – human rights
How Mexico City Residents Used Social Media In The Wake Of The EarthquakePacific Standard, 2017 politics – cities – culture
An Alternate Future for the MallN+1, 2017 politics – cities – culture
Facing High Legal Fees, Immigrants Are Using Web Tools to Apply for Green CardsVice, 2017
For Muslim Refugees In Mexico, A Search For CommunityPacific Standard, 2017 human rights – politics – migration
Seasoned Migrants Face the WallVice, 2017 human rights – politics – migration
When Being Deported is Only the Start of Your ProblemsVice, 2017 human rights – politics – migration
Finding A Room of One’s Own on the Mexico City Metro, Literary Hub, 2017 cities – gender – culture

En Español
Defender el agua, defender la vida, Tercera Via, 2018
Los problemas que enfrenten los migrantes deportados en México, Vice, 2017