The situation in Haiti has been front page news in the Miami area since the earthquake hit in mid-January. We find out how the Haitian community there is dealing with the disaster on a day-to-day basis. We look at how Haitians in South Florida are dealing with new temporary immigration policies.
Then we turn to artist Edwige Danticat, one of Miami’s most prominent Haitian-Americans.
WLRN host Alicia Zuckerman finds out how Haitians in South Florida are dealing with the temporary policy to provide protective status for Haitian immigrants.
Edwige Danticat tells us about the unique position that she holds as an artist in the midst of such a huge public disaster.
Watch a slideshow from a book of photos and essays about Haiti and Havana that Edwidge Danticat contributed to: