Emma Marie Chiang is an independent visual journalist and proud San Francisco native. Emma focuses on documenting stories of displaced communities and cares about the rights of marginalized people, women, and LGBTQ. She believes storytelling has the power to plant seeds of curiosity, dialogue, inclusion, reconciliation and hope between individuals and communities. Her work has been featured online and in print for various publications such as the AP, SF Chronicle, SF Gate, SF Examiner, El Tecolote, Ingleside-Excelsior Light, SF Bay, San Francisco State Magazine, among others. Emma was awarded second place for the 2017 Multimedia Hearst Journalism Award for her story about a 9-year-old girl living with a rare bone disease, published by the San Francisco Examiner. 

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