Victoria Bouloubasis | Civil Eats


Victoria Bouloubasis covers the intersection of environmental issues and economic mobility in Latinx, immigrant, and refugee communities in North Carolina for Southerly and Enlace Latino NC. She is a journalist and filmmaker based in Durham.

A US Farmer Was Accused of Abusing His Workers. Then Big Tobacco Backed His Election

Farm workers' efforts to organise have been impeded by Brent Jackson's political ventures

Farmer Co-ops Are Giving Latinx Communities Room to Grow

Delia Jovel and Latinx farmerss, members of Tierra Fertil Co-op, plant seeds and examine their crops on June 13, 2021 in Herdersonville, NC. (Photo by Juan Diego Reyes)

North Carolina Poultry Plant Workers Say Butterball Isn’t Protecting Them from COVID-19

Beatriz’s parents contracted COVID-19 after her mother was exposed to the virus in a Butterball plant in rural North Carolina. Photo by Victoria Bouloubasis

Months After Hurricane Florence, Undocumented Farmworkers Still Struggle to Recover

A farmworker couple, Nelson and Silvia* from Guatemala, surveys the flooding outside of their North Carolina trailer home after Hurricane Florence. (Photo by Justin Cook.)