Haiti: Aftermath of the Earthquake

Photo Essay: Over a month after the magnitude 7 earthquake in Haiti, photographer Willie Davis' images capture the continued fallout from a natural disaster whose effects were conflated by poverty. The death toll stands at over 200,000 people. Aid has been slow in coming in parts of the capital, delayed in some placed by as much as three weeks. These photographs document people's loss and resilience by depicting devastation, the distribution of medical and food aid, and daily life in tent cities for survivors.
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