Cady Voge is a journalist based in Berkeley, United States.
Faced with runaway inflation and a weak national currency, Venezuelans are turning to cryptocurrencies to store savings and conduct some transactions.
Esther Ramos lost 20 pounds when she was sent to a Texas facility while pregnant – and critics say experiences like hers are becoming more common I did the text and photos for this piece.
More than 70 sheltering in a church were killed in western Colombia in 2002. Only now will they be given proper burials. I co-wrote and took the photos for this piece.
A registered nurse who works in a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) migrant detention center in rural Louisiana fears the continued movement of detainees between facilities could cause the coronavirus to spread unchecked to untold numbers of
Brandon Salez and his family lost everything in the wildfire that swept through Paradise, California. Now, they are homeless and hopeful to one day go back to the place they once called home.
This 360 video showcases what it’s actually like to take this journey through the eyes of an El Salvadorian, who is traveling with his two sons (16 and 13 years old). Fleeing from the violence in El Salvador, they are hoping to apply for asylum in the US
Every day, as many as 30,000 people cross the border from an economically devastated Venezuela to Colombia. We follow David, a Venezuelan w/ Colombian citizenship, as he makes the daily journey across the border from Venezuela to Colombia where he studies
Venezuela continues to struggle under the disputed rule of President Nicolas Maduro as hyperinflation, blackouts, and food shortages plague the country. In response, some have chosen to leave the country — often on foot — to find a better life in Colombia
What would a so called "gag rule" for Title X funding mean for access to reproductive health across America? A look at what it would mean in Utah. Produced for NBC Original Video.
The 2016 peace deal brought hope to many Colombian communities that had been exposed to brutality for decades. 3 years on, this hope is being extinguished by a wave of attacks and murders on political candidates and community leaders - many of them women.
Longer wait times in Mexico for would-be US immigrants mean longer exposure to danger - especially for lesbian women in cities with high femicide rates. Read full article: https://www.thenewhumanitarian.org/video/2019/07/31/waiting-juarez-women-and-lgbt-a
Magdiel Lopez came to the U.S. with his wife and young child as a part of the migrant caravan. After crossing the border, he was separated from them in immigration detention. Produced for NBC Original Video.
For Magdiel Lopez, Mirna Aldana, and their 18-month-old son Joshua, the perilous journey on the migrant caravan through Mexico presented dangers and risks, but also a chance at a new life in America. Produced for NBC Original Video.