Join us April 8 and 9 for Latin America: Stories That Drive Change Seminar at The University of Miami in Miami, Florida. The seminar will be an opportunity to share and celebrate photojournalism by Latin American and Latino journalists. It will also help all visual journalists learn how to better develop and support their own work. Photo by Mauricio Lima, Winner of POYLatam 2015
Images stay with their viewers. They touch our souls and move our hearts. Photography drives change, one person at a time. This is why we believe in and support photography that drives change.
Alexia photojournalists produce in-depth essays that touch your heart, feed your mind and, most importantly, move you to action. Explore more than 140 real life Alexia supported stories from across the globe.
More and more Tibetan parents are making a desperate sacrifice. They are sending their children into exile in neighboring India, knowing they may never see them again, so that the children may know their own culture. Photo by 1999 Professional Winner and 2016 Alexia Judge Teru Kuwayama
Set in Seattle Washington,108 Days is an excerpt from The Long Night, a feature film by Tim Matsui and MediaStorm, gives voice and meaning to the crisis of minors who are forced and coerced into the American sex trade. It was made possible by The Alexia 2012 Women's Initiative Grant.
If you could help make possible some of the most moving media projects in the world, would you? If you could help fight the exploitation of young women and girls in the United States, would you?
The Alexia Foundation promotes the power of photojournalism to give voice to social injustice, to respect history lest we forget it and to understand cultural difference as our strength – not our weakness. Photo by Bharat Choudhary
The practice of sex-selective abortion is the result of cultural norms that value male children over female children which causes the non-birth of almost 7,000 girls per day in India. Project by Walter Astrada and MediaStorm.
The Alexia Foundation offers grants to student and professional photographers to give them the financial ability to produce substantial stories that drive change in the effort to make the world a better place. Students also get scholarship opportunities.
Judging for The Alexia 2017 grants will take place Mar. 24 & 25 at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. Winners will be announced in a special ceremony at the University of Miami on April 8.
Aaron Vincent Elkaim was awarded the Professional Grant for Where the River Runs Through, which examines the consequences of Brazil’s major hydroelectric expansion on the ecosystems, communities, and industries within the Amazon Rainforest..
Nathaniel Brunt was awarded the Alexia First Place Student Grant for #shaheed, a study of the war in Kashmir, the men fighting in it, and the changing relationship between technology and the representation of conflict.