In January 2010 I traveled to Haiti to report on the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that shook the country as a correspondent for the Dart Society, an organization that promotes the ethical coverage of trauma. I aimed at delivering stories in which Haiti and Haitians gained what they had lost beneath the rubble: control. I traveled again several times to places like Aquin and Souvenance to see something else that was buried under the layer of trauma: its culture. With the aid of organizations such as Ayikodans I journeyed into the underbelly of pain to find art, music, innovation. The anecdotes and accompanying images became Puertos príncipes: temblemos todos, a post-quake account of Haiti as it danced over the wreckage. 


FACING DOWN HEAR by Huáscar Robles  Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

FACING DOWN HEAR

by Huáscar Robles 

Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma

HAITI RESUCITA CON ARTE por Huáscar Robles El Nuevo Día

HAITI RESUCITA CON ARTE

por Huáscar Robles

El Nuevo Día

CRONICAS DEL SUELO por Huáscar Robles Revista Temporales/NYU

CRONICAS DEL SUELO

por Huáscar Robles

Revista Temporales/NYU