The Cops Called It A Lovers’ Quarrel. She Took Polaroids And Proved Them Wrong.

May 8, 2014


Esta Soler: I want you to imagine what a breakthrough this was for women who were victims of violence in the 1980s. They would come into the emergency room. What the police would call a lover’s quarrel and I would see a woman who was beaten. I would see a broken nose and a fractured wrist and swollen eyes, and as activists we would take our Polaroid camera, we would take her picture, we would wait 90 seconds, and we would give her the photograph, and she would then have the evidence she needed to go to court. We were making what was invisible, visible.

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