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After her first pregnancy resulted in an emergency delivery and a baby who didn't survive, Guadalupe was handcuffed to a hospital bed for four days. She was then transferred to a jail and sentenced to 30 years for aggravated homicide. That's the sentence women in El Salvador receive for anything the courts deem abortion, even miscarriages. With the help of lawyers and activists, Guadalupe was released after 7 years. She regularly speaks up about the injustice she faced, including on a recent trip to the UN. Here she enjoys a sweet moment with her daughter after today's interview. .
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This is Victoria Bouloubasis (@thisfeedsme), a journalist from the U.S. South and IWMF Adelante fellow. I'm posting for @theiwmf this week from El Salvador, reporting with Monica Wise (@monicawiserobles) on transgender labor rights and feminist activism to decriminalize abortion.
#iwmffellows #elsalvador #womenjournos

Started our first day of reporting in El Salvador. / Ya empezó nuestro primer día de reportajes en El Salvador. ☔️
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This is Victoria Bouloubasis (@thisfeedsme), a journalist from the U.S. South and IWMF Adelante fellow. I'm posting for @theiwmf this week from El Salvador, reporting with Monica Wise (@monicawiserobles) on transgender labor rights and feminist activism to decriminalize abortion.
#iwmffellows #elsalvador #womenjournos #bts

As we head back to mainland #Tanzania on our 20 minute flight from Stone Town, we caught a glimpse of the ferry headed to the same destination; the boat ride to Dar Es Salaam will take about 2 hours. It's hard to say goodbye to such a complex and magical place. Thank you for allowing me to share some of the experiences from the African Great Lakes Reporting Fellowship in Zanzibar. Look out for our stories! This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) signing off! #IWMFfellows #womenjournalists #EastAfrica

A young woman orders a plate of kebabs at the Forodhani night market. The Forodhani night market operates daily, rain or shine and is one of the few places in Stone Town that both tourists and local residents frequently enjoy. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) and I'm posting images from our current reporting trip to #Zanzibar. #iwmffellows #Tanzania

Rohit Oza, 64, sets up his point-and-shoot #Nikon in preparation for my portrait. His photo studio, Capital Art Studio, is the oldest on Unguja Island. It was open by his father, Ranchid Oza, in 1930 while he worked as the official photographer for the Sultan. The Capital Art Studio had been visited by dignitaries from around the world. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@Laylahb) sharing images from our current reporting trip to #Zanzibar. #iwmffellows #photographs #Tanzania

Today I worked with #BBC reporter and IWMF Fellow Nicola Kelly (@mllenicolakelly) her story about mental health and traditional methods of healing. We attended a mass "exorcism" conducted by a sheikh at his local herbalist office space. It was an ecstatic and intense session to document. Here's an outtake from the story. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) and I'm posting images from our current trip in Zanzibar. #iwmffellows #Zanzibar #Tanzania #Religion #Islam #tradition #potd #onassignment

The Seaweed Mamas of the local cooperative, The Seaweed Center, located in Paje, Zanzibar, head out to harvest and replant their crop before the tide returns. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) posting images from our current reporting trip to #Zanzibar, #Tanzania. #IWMFfellows #EastAfrica #potd

IWMF Fellow Jacqueline Alemany (@jaxalemany) records an interview with drone pilot Khadija Ali (@Khastylez1) and a student on STEM education and drone piloting. #IWMFfellows #Zanzibar #Tanzania

The newly renovated Kariakoo Amusement Park is a popular destination for local families. On any given weekend you'll find women and girls dressed in the best garments. Pictured here are two girls, 8, just exiting one of the many rides. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) posting images from our current reporting trip in #Zanzibar. #IWMFfellows #Tanzania #EastAfrica

Local eats at the night market: fried octopus or pweza in #Swahili. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) and I'm posting images from our current reporting trip in #Zanzibar. #IWMFfellows #womenjournalists #Tanzania

Students from the Mikindani-Dole Secondary School's STEM club present their project on lighting homes. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) and I'm taking over the IWMF's Instagram feed during our reporting trip in Zanzibar.

#girls #girlseducation #Zanzibar #Tanzania #Education #STEM #onassignment #iwmffellows

We are on our way to #Zanzibar! Our pilot alerted us to a clear and pleasant view of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain on the African continent - reaching approximately 16,000 feet. This is Laylah Amatullah Barrayn (@LaylahB) current #IWMF Reporting Fellow and I'll be posting pictures from our trip to Zanzibar. #iwmffellows #womenjournalists #Tanzania #EastAfrica

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