ORIGINALLY FROM BOGOTÁ, COLOMBIA, DANIELA FRANCO IS FEATURES EDITOR FOR THE DESERT SUN, A USA TODAY AND GANNETT PUBLICATION, BASED OUT OF PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA.

SHE HAS PREVIOUSLY WRITTEN FOR NBC NEWSTHE NEW YORK TIMES STUDENT JOURNALISM INSTITUTE AND TAKEPART.COM.

SHE STUDIED JOURNALISM, SOCIOLOGY AND LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES AT NEW YORK UNIVERSITY'S GALLATIN SCHOOL OF INDIVIDUALIZED STUDY.

#CallOutCatCalls: Latina Uses Art to Fight Street Harassment

#CallOutCatCalls: Latina Uses Art to Fight Street Harassment

It happens around the world: a woman walks down the street and ends up the object of unwarranted catcalls and whistles. These comments are often based off physical appearances, forcing women to doubt their outfits and, sadly, their figures.

The men doing it might say it's a compliment, but to most women, it is far from it.

One young woman said enough is enough.

Meet Debi Hasky. While living in Panama, the 24-year-old was inspired to turn her anger to art that fights harassment.

Read more on NBC News.

Venezuelan Man Has the Biggest Feet in the World

Venezuelan Man Has the Biggest Feet in the World

Colombian Sculptor Doris Salcedo Wins Nasher Prize

Colombian Sculptor Doris Salcedo Wins Nasher Prize