Photojournalism in the best sense of the word: engaged, personal, and honest. In a steadfast rejection of the hysterics that mar so much reporting about Haiti, Robles’ stories and photographs document a culture where a neighboring people struggle to survive and find ways to express themselves in conditions quite familiar to anybody who lives in the global south.
— Sibylle Fischer - NYU, author of Modernity Disavowed: Haiti and the Cultures of Slavery in the Age of Revolution"
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