“I became involved with Las Fotos Project in early spring. There was a training I was going to begin taking with the East Los Angeles Women’s Center called the Young Women Development Training, which covers issues on domestic violence, misogyny, gender identity, and how to be resourceful by being able to help others who are in need of guidance. ELAWC collaborated with Las Fotos Project to bring in a creative arts aspect to the training. We had to develop and photograph a theme that was relevant to what we were covering during our sessions. At the end of it all, we participated in a photo exhibit, then more opportunities arose and I decided to get even more involved with Las Fotos Project.” Click here to read the full article here.