Shuran Huang

Photographer
     
Location: Washington D.C.
Nationality: Chinese
Biography: Originally from China, Shuran Huang (she/her) is a photographer based in Washington, D.C. As an international resident, she often confronts the reality of assimilating and adapting to new communities. These experiences developed her passion for... read on
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On NPR: 9 Months After Salvadoran Woman Took Refuge In Maryland Church, She Still Can't Leave
shuran huang
Sep 2, 2019

Please read this powerful but heartbreaking story.

Rosa has been living at a sanctuary in Bethesda, MD for nine months. She can't leave the property as ICE slaps an ankle monitor on her. She risks being deported back to El Salvador. Thanks Laura for this assignment, Leila and Samantha for the story.
 
     9 Months After Salvadoran Woman Took Refuge In Maryland Church, She Still Can't Leave
         NPR's Leila Fadel first met Rosa Gutierrez Lopez in January, after she sought refuge at Cedar Lane Unitarian Universalist Church. If she leaves the property, she risks being deported to El Salvador.
     
 
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