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Gabriela Quirós

Gabriela Quirós has long covered the intersection of science, technology and social change. Since 2006, she has worked as a staff video producer in the science unit at KQED Public Television in San Francisco, where she has directed more than 50 segments and half-hour documentaries and won two regional Emmys. She grew up in Costa Rica and worked there as a print reporter covering health, the environment and politics for Spanish- and English-language newspapers. She holds master’s degrees in journalism and Latin American studies from the University of California, Berkeley. (2/16)

Beautiful Sin
A film by Gabriela Quirós, 2014, 56 min., Color

BEAUTIFUL SIN tells a surprising reproductive rights story, one that resonates from Central America to the United States and beyond. ...

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