Author: Duy Linh Tu

Duy Linh Tu is a journalist and documentary filmmaker, focusing on education, science, and social justice. He is also the author of "Narrative Storytelling for Multimedia Journalists" (Focal Press), and a member of EHRP’s Board of Advisers.

Co-published with GristFor members of Louisiana's Pointe-au-Chien Tribe, relocating means a lot more than simply packing up and moving.

Co-published with Scientific AmericanA new engineering project would bring much-needed land to eroding marshes but at a huge cost to the fishing industry.

Co-published with Scientific AmericanFor the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, climate change has forced a permanent retreat inland.

Co-published with Fort Worth Star-Telegram. The number of asylum seekers living in Matamoros, Mexico, has grown to more than 2,000 over the past 2 months. Despite infrastructure improvements, refugees face a new challenge: winter.

Co-published with the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. A new film takes viewers inside a tent city in Matamoros, Mexico, where hundreds live in appalling conditions while waiting for their asylum hearings in the U.S.

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