From Spanish Harlem to Los Angeles, and from Pakistan to Zambia, Joseph Rodriguez's camera gives voice to societies in conflict. He now trails the mountains of Puerto Rico to lead the island's visual photographic history as Jack Delano once did seven decades ago.
In this episode of Catatonia, he treks through the island to my home town of Caguas where he switches the dominant visual narrative from catastrophe to agency.
This is part 1. Also: Women's March. My mom departs to Puerto Rico on sad Tuesday morning.