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Mabel Jimenez

Sunday, December 11 – 10am
SF Lives Live Talk – live streamed only
Mabel Jimenez, journalist and photo documentarian
in conversation with journalist Denise Sullivan

San Francisco journalist Denise Sullivan conducts a monthly series of conversations (the second Sunday of each month from 10-11 a.m.) with The City’s activists, educators, arts and cultural leaders and lesser-known workers, the everyday people who help make this place we call home, live streamed from Bird & Beckett Books.

December 11 at 10 a.m., Denise and photojournalist Mabel Jiménez will have a conversation from our stage in a live stream viewable on the Bird & Beckett Facebook page and YouTube channel.

Mabel Jiménez is an award-winning journalist and documentary photographer with over 15 years of experience in nonprofit local media. She worked for over a decade at El Tecolote bilingual newspaper, most notably as the publication’s Photo Editor.

During the Trump era, Jiménez documented the refugee crisis at the U.S./Mexico border, receiving awards for reporting and photography. In 2021, she documented the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on San Francisco’s Latino community as an artist in residence embedded at the City’s COVID Command Center. That work is now part of the San Francisco Public Library’s historic photo archive. She works as the California Visual Desk Editor fo rCatchLight, a nonprofit media and photography organization, supporting community newsrooms throughout and mentoring its Journalism Fellows.  She is at work on her first photography book, Tiempos de Pandemia. For more information visit

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