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Social Justice Reporting Project Spotlights Unheard Voices Across San Diego

Members of the Kumeyaay Nation march to the Tecate port-of-entry to protest b...

Photo by Max Rivlin-Nadler

Above: Members of the Kumeyaay Nation march to the Tecate port-of-entry to protest border wall construction on Indigenous Peoples' Day on Oct. 12, 2020.

Each day this week, Midday Edition will spotlight the Social Justice Reporting Project: a multi-part series by The San Diego Union-Tribune that aims to amplify unheard voices and underrepresented communities in San Diego.

In the first of these interviews, photojournalist Nicole Antonacci highlights the stories of members of San Diego’s indigenous communities and the many historical and current injustices they face.

She joined Midday Edition on Monday to discuss the meaning behind her work.

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A new multimedia series by The San Diego Union-Tribune spotlights social justice reporting across San Diego.

Aired: May 31, 2021 |

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