The Geographic Reach of Our Work
The Alexia Foundation's Global Impact
The wide reach of the Alexia Foundation becomes stunningly clear as you read the following list of more than 140 real life stories from across the globe. Alexia photojournalists produce in-depth essays that touch your heart, feed your mind and, most importantly, move you to action.
PrósperoTraces: A Virtual Reality Exploration of Memory in DementiaChavi: Boyhood, Adolescence and Belonging in the BronxA Migrant's MissionStolen Land, Stolen Future: The Legacy of Black Farmers in the United StatesIn This World: Navigating Adolescence as a Young Black MaleThe Pain of Love: Mending the Emotional Toll of a Broken FamilyMissing in Action: Homeless Female VeteransHip Hop, Save Me: The Struggle to Provide for a Family in an Impoverished CityNew Roots: Refugees Resettling in AmericaShane and Maggie: An Intimate Look at Domestic ViolenceViolent Times: Crime in America's CitiesPreservation: Surviving Sexual Violence Heaven's Gain: Urban Gun ViolenceLeaving the Life: Stories of the Survivors of Prostitution and PimpingJustice Undone: Incarceration Among America's MinoritiesKeg Stand Queens: Binge Drinking Among College-Aged WomenThe Silence of 'Others': Life in an Islamo-phobic SocietyAdrift: Appalachia's Prescription Drug EpidemicTeenage Girls in TroubleThe Life Of Jacob Rowe: Depression in an American YouthInseparable Ties: Family Bonds in AppalachiaKinship in Rural Eastern KentuckyDestiny: A Child of Drug-Addicted Mother in AppalachiaCarry Me Ohio: The Cycle of Poverty in AppalachiaKettleman City: Life in a Toxic EnvironmentMotel Life: Living on the Edge in Appalachia74th + Roosevelt: Stories from the Streets of Jackson Heights, QueensHomeless in SeattleThe Achievement GapTraces of Tibet in ExileRetirees in ArizonaMuslim Women in Western CulturesLatchkey KidsCuban FamiliesStreet Where Nobody Lives: Northern California's Homeless TeensSovereignty In Native American MontanaThe Forgotten Black Okies: A Lost Journey into a Land of Broken PromisesFor God, Race and CountryThe Other Side of MiddletownPortland's Hare Krishna CommunityThe Vanishing Black Towns of TexasThe East Fayette Street ProjectFighting to Get OutNo Looking Back: A Two-Year Old Orphan's Adoption Journey from Siberia to DallasThe ProjectsFulfilling the Spiritual Desires of America’s Diverse YouthAfter DivorceOne Native American Woman's LifeBuilding a Family: Adoption by Same-Sex PartnersSeptember 11, 2001: An Awakening of Fear, Pride, Anger, Patriotism & SorrowMiddle Class American High SchoolDown in Dixie: The Battle to Remove the Confederate Flag in South CarolinaWar, West VirginiaDrug Abuse within a FamilyCaring for a Child with HIV & CancerJean-Louis: A Family Portrait of Asylum from HaitiImmigrants and Refugees in Austin: A Photographic DocumentaryThe Will to Change: Breaking the Cycle of IncarcerationThe Transbay Terminal: San Francisco's Destitute GatewayLiving in Two WorldsTo Live in HarlemAn American Struggle: Poverty on South Dakota's Indian ReservationsBlack Soil: Missouri's African-American FarmersA New Vision of the Texas Prison SystemMaking a Living and a MarriageOne of the BoysThe Beauty of Mother WashingtonAmerican PrisonsWomen on the Outside