“The newborns became toddlers, and the toddlers school children. Soon, they began asking questions. Where is my father? Why don’t I look like the other kids?”
Thousands of Haitians who fled the United States on foot last summer have started very different lives in Canada.
An amateur geographer travels to an undocumented island off the coast of Haiti after stumbling upon it on Google Earth.
Violent tensions have existed between Haiti’s Vodouisants and missionary Christians for centuries.
Communities in Haiti are building their own post-earthquake infrastructure without the help of the government.
In the aftermath of disaster, as new communities thousands-strong coalesce in the countryside around Port-au-Prince, Haitians ask: what makes a city?