Harvey Castro

Documentary photographer, visual storyteller
   
One Year Later - Still No Justice for Breonna Taylor
Location: Oakland, California
Nationality: Nicaraguan
Biography: Documentary photographer and visual storyteller, focusing on sociopolitical issues related to identity, immigration,  and environmental justice. b. Nicaragua. Lives and works in Oakland, California, USA. Harvey Castro (he/him) is a... MORE
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One Year Later - Still No Justice for Breonna Taylor
Copyright Harvey Castro 2022
Updated Jul 2021
Topics Activism, Arrests and Prosecutions, Black Lives Matter, Civil Rights, Community, Corruption, Crime, Discrimination, Documentary, Essays, Human Rights, Justice for Breonna Taylor, Photography, Photojournalism, Protest, Protests, Racism, Social Justice, Spotlight, Youth
On the first anniversary of Breoanna Taylor's murder, hundreds gathered at Mission High in San Francisco to honor her memory and demand justice. The group later marched down 18th Street to Mission Street and ended in front of the Mission Police Station on Valencia street. San Francisco, Calif. Mar 13, 2021. Photos by Harvey Castro
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