Latinos are Essential
Claudia Zamora Valencia

Claudia Zamora Valencia makes work that investigates inequality, consumption, and labor. Trained as a cultural anthropologist and filmmaker, she uses methods and techniques from both fields to explore how social processes, power structures, and the act of documentation intertwine in daily life. Claudia is also an educator and community organizer that collaborates with organizations dedicated to support immigrant workers in New York City. She has published work in academic journals, and her personal and collaborative films have screened at various festivals and conferences, including Ambulante Film Festival, American Anthropologist Association (AAA), Camden International Film Festival, DOC NYC, Latin American Studies Association Film Festival (LASA), Other Cinema, Single Frame, and UnionDocs. She is a member of Meerkat Media Collective, and is currently pursuing her PhD in Cultural Anthropology. She was born and raised in Oaxaca, Mexico, and lives in Brooklyn, New York.

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