Elizabeth Stanton is a journalist who works in the fields of print, documentary, and multimedia journalism. Her written work has appeared in the New York Times, the Tico Times, the International Herald Tribune, and the Chicago Tribune. She has worked on production projects throughout the U.S. and Central/South America for various outlets, including PBS, the History Channel, and the U.S. State Department. She recently produced a short film about the minimum wage with director Steve James as part of the We the Economy film series. She is also the founder of the Through Her Eyes Project, a multimedia project comprised of large scale photographs and short form videos that capture and showcase the stories of girls and women in the developing world who play sports.
Films by Elizabeth Stanton
- Hard Earned 2015
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