Oscar M. Diaz-Jacuinde
@oscmdiaz is a multimedia journalist, community organizer, and queer brown immigrant educator.
He can be found documenting communities in resistance and organizing against state-sanctioned violence through an abolitionist lens. His scholarship reflects a critical view between media, globalization, capitalism, and migration patterns.
Fueled by a hustle and drive to create social change through community organizing and storytelling, with a focus on issues pertaining to human rights, including queer and trans liberation, gender equity, racial justice, immigrant rights, economic inequality and sustainable global development.
Based in New York City.
Often in San Diego, CA and Tijuana, MX.
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