Editorial and documentary photographer in Northern California. Recent publications include: Splinter News, Fusion, VICE, PBS SoCal, KQED and East Bay Express. For assignments, please contact me at (415) 413-7104 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The fear of losing their ability to work legally—as well as protection from being deported to countries they barely remember—has left many DACA recipients wrestling with anger, anxiety, and disappointment, all while trying to stay hopeful. Splinter spoke to DACA recipients about what the program has meant for them and their families, their reactions to Trump’s decision, and how they plan to move forward.
Dr. Floyd Huen plans to challenge cultural stigmas against cannabis through the opening of the Apothecarium Sunset, which he would co-own with his wife, former Oakland mayor Jean Quan. The dispensary would be San Francisco’s first partially Chinese-owned and bilingual dispensary.
An estimated 267,000 undocumented adults are caught in the crosshairs of a particularly thorny intersection. Both undocumented and LGBTQ—or “undocuqueer”—their sexual identity magnifies the fears stemming from their immigration status.