Chris Rusanowsky

Photojournalist
     
The Mamali (2016)
Location: North Lake, Texas
Nationality: American
Biography: Chris Rusanowsky is an American photojournalist and documentary photographer based in North Texas. Chris has spent the last twelve years of his career focusing on stories of resilience and American identity. In 2017, Chris signed on to his first... read on
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The Mamali (2016)
Credits: chris rusanowsky
Updated: 12/10/20
A road is built, cutting off the ocean to its original shoreline. Across where the shore was to meet is a community called The Mamali. The Mamali is a fishing community that has been fishing the Taguig Shore for generations. When The National Road was created, the community was forced to fill the ground with soil. Their houses are now on solid ground, but deep in the earth are the stilts they once stood on. The water is no longer flowing below them, nor is their way of life, their fishing traps.
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