The Geographic Reach of Alexia

Moni,15, on her mother’s lap in Acid Survivor Foundation in Dhaka. Farzana Hossen

Moni,15, on her mother’s lap in Acid Survivor Foundation in Dhaka. Farzana Hossen

For more than 25 years, Alexia photojournalists have produced in-depth essays that touch your heart, feed your mind and, most importantly, move you to action. Our photographers have helped shine a light on homelessness among women veterans, child marriage, drug abuse, commercial sexual exploitation, the aftermath of war, the dangers of binge drinking, exploitive labor practices, cultural violence, genocide and numerous other important issues.

There are few places in the world that our photojournalists have not felt compelled to cover. They work in the U.S. and abroad. They have been in more than 44 countries and throughout the United States capturing truth and compelling change. From the inner city to remote villages, from war zones to urban centers to the heart of the Amazon, Alexia photographers go where others don’t, to tell the stories the public needs to hear.

We invite you to explore the newly created page, “The Geographic Reach of Alexia” to understand the breadth and depth of the work we help make possible.

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