Cristina Tzintzún is a published author on issues of race, gender and immigration. Her work has appeared in the Huffington PostThe Dallas Morning News, and Al Jazeera and in the following books:

Presente! Latino Immigrant Voices in the Struggle for Racial Justice -Co-Editor, AK Press, 2014 ISBN 978-1849351669


"Colonize This!" in:

Colonize This!: Young Women of Color on Today’s Feminism

Edited by Daisy Hernández and Bushra Rehman. New York. Seal Press, 2002 ISBN 9781580050678


"Killing Misogyny: A Personal Story of Love, Violence and Strategies for Survival" in:

Yes Means Yes! Visions of Female Sexual Power & A World Without Rape. Seal Press, 2008 ISBN 9781580052573.

Director: Chelsea Hernandez and Iliana Sosa Producer: Field of Vision & Firelight Media Cinematographer: Amy Bench Editor: Monica Santis Sound Editor: Eric Friend Colorist: Daniel Stuyk In Austin, Texas, two expectant mothers—one undocumented and one US citizen—must contend with increased ICE raids and mounting hostility towards immigrants under President Trump. _____ Our 100 Days is a partnership between Firelight Media and Field of Vision that aims to tell stories from the perspective of vulnerable communities and explore threats to U.S. democracy in this current, polarized political climate. New episodes, each from filmmakers of color, will be released by Firelight Media and Field of Vision and distributed by Kinja.