Roberto Lovato is a writer and journalist working out of the San Francisco Writer’s Grotto. Roberto is the recipient of a crisis reporting grant from the Pulitzer Center, and recently completed a three-year commitment as a Visiting Scholar at U.C. Berkeley’s Center for Latino Policy Research. His journalistic work spans the Western Hemisphere and focuses on immigration, the drug war, national security, and climate change.
Feature Stories by Roberto
- Could Co-Ops Solve Income Inequality? (writer)
- Acequias and the Hydraulic Genius of Shari’ah Law (writer & photographer/videographer)
Sidebars by Roberto
- From Guns to Bicycles (writer)
- Co-Op Resources (writer)
- The Multi-Layered History of Acequias in the West (writer)