Richmond, VA, United States
Carlos Bernate is a non-binary Colombian documentary photographer whose work is focused on human rights, identity, and social humanitarian-related issues. Currently, They are dedicated to documenting their community in Richmond, Virginia, where they had been based since 2017.
In 2018, Bernate completed a degree in Photography & Film from the Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano in Bogotá, Colombia. Their work has been published internationally in The New York Times, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Guardian, NPR, Internazionale, amongst others. Their stories have also been exhibited worldwide in Portugal, Argentina, Colombia, and USA.
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No Right, No Choice / Maria Series
María Chavalan Sut, indigenous woman from Guatemala carrying the "Grillete" as the Hispanic community call it, is one of the worst weights immigrants are force to had when arriving in the United States seeking refuge because this takes away their freedom immediately and at the same time generating a trauma that marks them for life.