Periodistas de a Pie
In 2007, Marcela Turati co-founded Periodistas de a Pie, a journalism network created to support reporters covering issues such as poverty, civic participation and human rights. As the war against drug traffickers intensified, the organization switched its focus to support reporters covering the conflict and to defend freedom of speech.
Proceso Magazine
Marcela Turati writes for the newsmagazine Proceso, based in Mexico City.
Freedom of the Press in Latin America
Watch Marcela Turati speak at the November 2011 one-day conference at Harvard that took a close look at press freedom in Latin America.
El País
Read a December 2012 interview with Turati in Spain’s daily newspaper El País.
Turati writes about covering violence in Mexico for Harvard's ReVista.
Fuego Cruzado: Las Victimas Atrapadas en la Guerra del Narco (Crossfire: Victims Trapped in the Narco-War)
In 2010, Turati published thIS book about the impact of drug violence on Mexican society.
Migraciones Vemos… Infancias No Sabemos
As editor and co-author, Turati wrote of about the lives of Mexican migrant workers’ children.
Entre las Cenizas: historias de vida en tiempo de muerte (Amid the Ashes: Stories of Life in a Time of Death)
Turati co-edited this book about Mexicans who have come together to resist the violence, was recently released.
The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma
Turati was among ten journalists from around the world awarded the 2011 Dart Center Ochberg Fellowship.

Journalism Organizations

National Association of Hispanic Journalists
Committee to Protect Journalists: Mexico