Monday, July 15, 2024

Elizabeth Salazar

Elizabeth Salazar
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Elizabeth Salazar is a senior FIU student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Communication and Multimedia. She is a South Florida-based freelance fashion photographer with 5+ years of experience. She enjoys video editing as well as being part of film productions. She hopes to one day be able to work alongside a team to create meaningful visual stories.

Brick by Brick: The challenges of gentrification in South Florida (includes documentary)

South Florida continues to suffer from gentrification, redlining and food deserts. Redlining was a map tool used in the 1930s to deny housing loans to...

Block Talk: Redlining and Gentrification Unveiled (includes audio story)

Block Talk: Redlining and Gentrification Unveiled delves into the intricate tapestry of Miami's neighborhoods. From the historic heart of Little Havana to the vibrant...

Gentrification in Miami (includes photo essay)

To watch an acompanying video story, click here. This photo essay follows the daily life of Michael Hernandez, a Florida International University student living in Little...

Little Haiti and Overtown troubled by food deserts (includes video story)

Redlining and gentrification challenge the daily life of Miami residents, and they have only intensified over time. Residents of neighborhoods like Little Haiti and...