Guest Blogger Katie Lawler: When Visitors Come to Haiti

There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest. -Elie Wiesel This month has brought a huge number of visiting teams to the villa where we live, which has been both rewarding and challenging. It’s always interesting to meet new people … More Guest Blogger Katie Lawler: When Visitors Come to Haiti

Marie Arago, Photographer & Co-Founder of FotoKonbit: On Photography in Haiti (Photography Part 4/6 cont.)

For those of you who are new to our blog, you can check out last week’s blog post here!  Today, we’re delighted to bring you the follow up to our last post and introduce Marie Arago, photographer and co-founder of FotoKonbit. 1.  Could you explain FotoKonbit to our readers?  How did it come about and how would … More Marie Arago, Photographer & Co-Founder of FotoKonbit: On Photography in Haiti (Photography Part 4/6 cont.)

Who’s telling whose story? When Haiti speaks for herself. (Photography part 4/6)

In our last post, we touched briefly on adjusting our focus so that we might see Haiti the way Haitians see it. I’d like to introduce you to an organization called FotoKonbit to show you just what I’m talking about. FotoKonbit is a non-profit organization founded in 2010 by a group of Haitian (and one … More Who’s telling whose story? When Haiti speaks for herself. (Photography part 4/6)