Latria Graham is a journalist, and fifth generation South Carolina farmer. Her work stands at the intersection of food, social justice, sports and culture. She’s written longform pieces about everything from farming to NASCAR. She is a graduate of Dartmouth College, and later earned her MFA in Creative Nonfiction from The New School in New York City.
She is a three-time Best American Sportswriting notable for her stories on athletes in places of tension—primarily Standing Rock, ND and Flint, MI. She received a Bronze level CASE Award for her reporting on immigration policy that stemmed from 2017’s Executive Order 13769, often referred to as the “travel ban.”
Her work has been featured in the NYT, LATimes, The Guardian, espnW, Southern Living, and Garden&Gun. You can find more of her work at LatriaGraham.com