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Estefania Mitre

Social Media Associate Producer, Visuals

Estefania Mitre (she/her/ella) is an associate producer for social media who works with visual elements to amplify stories across platforms. She has experience reporting on culture, social justice and music.

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Wednesday

E.O., a sophomore at Ingraham high school is portrayed with the words 'we deserve safety' painted on their face during a student walkout to protest gun violence in schools on Monday, November 14, 2022, at Seattle City Hall. Full story here. Megan Farmer/KUOW hide caption

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Megan Farmer/KUOW

Monday

Three TikTok phenomena of 2022: the pop star Bad Bunny; an Inuit mother and daughter who teach how to say yes with your eyebrows; and one of the Iranians who cut their hair in solidarity with 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who died in custody after being detained by Iran's morality police for allegedly wearing her hijab inappropriately. tiktok.com/Screenshots by NPR hide caption

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tiktok.com/Screenshots by NPR

Thursday

Jermya López, 8, Xavier López's brother, and his niece Katalina Mata, 1, play on top of Annabelle Rodríguez's grave on Day of the Dead. Verónica G. Cárdenas for NPR hide caption

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Verónica G. Cárdenas for NPR

Wednesday

Tuesday

Alonso, hijo de Maria Fernanda Hérnandez, deshojando una flor Cempasúchil durante los días de cosecha en San Fúlix Hidalgo, Puebla México. Koral Carballo para NPR hide caption

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Koral Carballo para NPR

Saturday

Thursday

Invertebrates Winner: The big buzz. South Texas, USA. The world's bees are under threat from habitat loss, pesticides and climate change. With 70% of bee species nesting underground, it is increasingly important that areas of natural soil are left undisturbed. Karine Aigner/Wildlife Photographer of the Year hide caption

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Karine Aigner/Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Friday

Izquierda: Laura Mámbel, de 30 años, en una terraza del barrio de El Rincón, en el suroeste de Medellín, Colombia. Su principal objetivo es tener una vida económicamente sostenible a través de la danza. Derecha: Heber López, de 29 años, realiza un "giro de cabeza" en un semáforo del sur de Cali, Colombia. Jair Fernando Coll Rubiano hide caption

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Jair Fernando Coll Rubiano

Friday

Members of the group Danzas y Bailes tradicionales Alma Mexicana perform a regional dance from Jalisco, México, at México City's Teatro Ferrocarrilero Gudelio Morales in July. Estefania Mitre/NPR hide caption

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Tío Sergio Carlos Mayorga, que ha bailado folklórico por 42 años, en el Teatro Ferrocarrilero Gudelio Morales de Ciudad de México en julio. Estefania Mitre/NPR hide caption

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Estefania Mitre/NPR

Thursday

Left: Andrés de la Torre, father of Tehuel de la Torre. Tehuel is a young trans man who disappeared in March of 2021. Right: Say Sacayán, a transgender rights activist, standing in front of a sign that reads "Where is Tehuel?" Eleonora Ghioldi hide caption

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Eleonora Ghioldi

Izquierda: Andrés de la Torre, padre de Tehuel de la Torre. Tehuel es un joven trans que desapareció en marzo de 2021. Derecha: Say Sacayán, activista por los derechos de las personas transgénero, frente a un cartel que dice "¿Dónde está Tehuel?". Eleonora Ghioldi hide caption

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Eleonora Ghioldi

Friday