Martín Echenique

Martín Echenique is an editorial fellow at CityLab Latino. His work has been featured by The Huffington Post, Clarín, El Espectador, La Tercera, El Nuevo Herald, and other outlets.

A man walks out of the door frame of a building that collapsed after an earthquake, in the Condesa neighborhood of Mexico City, Tuesday, September 19, 2017.

Mexico City's Earthquake, Through Residents' Eyes

Here’s how locals responded when shocks struck the city.

A woman on a bicycle drives pass a house destroyed by the earthquake that struck the southern coast of Mexico late on Thursday, in Ixtaltepec, Mexico.

Mexico Desperately Needs a Better Earthquake Alert System

When the earth is about to move, seconds are precious.

Seeing Medellín Through the Eyes of a Copenhagener

In a new documentary series, a renowned bike guru explores the Colombian city that famously changed its future. Here’s how Medellín took his heart and, literally, got under his skin.

The Mass Latino School Walkouts In Response to DACA's End

The protest method has a vibrant history in Latino youth communities.

Which States and Counties Are Receiving the Most ICE Detention Requests?

New data gives another indication of how the federal government is tightening its immigration enforcement.

Screenshots from Hoodmaps are pictured.

This Map Wants You to Stereotype Your City

Hoodmaps asks which neighborhoods attract hipsters, tourists, and students, and more.