The photographs were taken between anddocumenting the impact of civil wars and gangs on young people in Central America and the United States. It is the oldest international award in journalism, having been founded in Subscribe to our weekly newsletter "Journalism in the Americas".
Among other current projects, DeCesare is building a bilingual educational Web site called "Destiny's Children," which she describes as "a collection of photo narratives exploring how war, trauma, and gangs impact the personal choices and social stigmas faced by young people across the Americas. Most of the youths featured in DeCesare's work drifted into gang life or sex work or other desperate situations after fighting as child soldiers in civil wars or after "suffering displacement and witnessing human-rights abuses carried out with impunity" during conflicts in their countries, she says. Stigma perpetuates the cycle.
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