Erika P. Rodríguez is a photographer based in San Juan, Puerto Rico. My personal work meditates on the fragility of the island’s collective memory and the implicit tension present by the lack of our political identity. Being...
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Giovanni Roberto, from Comedores Sociales, was arrested after leading a caravan protests named “Caravana por la Vida” to demand a better response from the government to feed people affected by the pandemic lockdown.
Lawyer Zoán Dávila is a member of the Colectiva Feminista en Construcción, a feminist political project that focuses in countering patriarchy, racism and capitalism in Puerto Rico. 2020. [GEN by Medium]
Jhoni Jackson, 33, at her project Loverbar in Río Piedras. Located at the entrance to El Paseo de Diego the venue will be the only LGBT safe space that is queer-owned in the area. 2019. [New York Times]
Jacob López, 21, and Roma Rodríguez, 23, at El Reflejo, a small venue part of the community based project ‘Urbe Apie’. The pair, who are close friends, began to hold drag shows in their hometown Caguas to create a safe space for the LGBTQ community. 2019. [New York Times]
Luis A. Miranda Jr., father of Lin-Manuel Miranda, the day before the premiere of Hamilton at Centro de Bellas Artes in San Juan, P.R. Miranda's son came back to the stage to play the lead in the Broadway musical Hamilton for its presentation in the island. 2019. [The Guardian]