Rodrigo Cruz

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Rodrigo Cruz

Rodrigo Cruz is a Mexican photojournalist. His work has been published in The New York Times, GEO, Le Monde, The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC, CNN, ESPN, Maclean’s, The Washington Post, Le Temps, VICE, Die Welt, Sonntagszeitung,  Calgary Herald, Esquire – Russia, National Geographic en Español, National Geographic Traveler, Enjeux International and México Desconocido.

He has collaborated with the NGOs: Mission Mexico, WaterAid, Internet Society, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, Tlachinollan, Atzin and UNHCR.

He was the recipient of a Program of Formation of Photo-Essays 2007-2008 summoned by the National Council for the Culture and Arts, Mexico.

His work has been included in the book Laberinto de Miradas, a look in documentary photography in Latin America and the book Descubrimientos 2010 PHotoEspaña, as well as featured in Canon Professional Network, Burn Magazine and La Jornada Newspaper in Mexico. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Mexico, Central and South America.

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(I only provided footage and interviews) New policies from the Trump administration could keep Central American migrants who travel through Mexico from claiming asylum in the U.S.


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El Rockabilly es un genero musical pero con el tiempo se ha convertido en una cultura de lo retro enfocada en los años 50’s. En la ciudad de México cada vez hay más eventos donde los seguidores se reúnen con sus chamarras de cuero, copetes gigantes, patillas y zapatos blanco y negro, con rulos en el pelo, faldas de bolitas y mucho rock and roll. Es una cultura que evoluciona en la cuestión visual y que esta formando la primera generación de Rockabilly en México.


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(This video is in Spanish only) Maíz Palomero, la esencia de las fiestas mazahuas San Felipe del Progreso, Estado de México, es uno de los pueblos mazahuas que aún preservan el uso de palomitas de maíz en sus vistosas fiestas patronales. Sin embargo, el uso del maíz palomero nativo ha desaparecido y hoy en día se utilizan granos importados de Estados Unidos. Conoce la situación del maíz palomero nativo y las acciones que una asociación está llevando a cabo para su rescate.


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http://www.rodrigocruz.com

Rodrigo Cruz's Website


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As thousands of migrants flee gang violence in Central America, many travel on "The Beast," a network of freight trains that carry them across Mexico toward the U.S. border. The lucky ones will pass by Las Patronas, a group of women in Veracruz who've organized to feed as many of the migrants as they can.


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