The Damage Done: Canada and the Coup in HaitiSubscribe
The coup d'état against Jean-Bertrand Aristide ushered in one of the most devastating human rights disasters in the world: 8,000 murders and 35,000 sexual assaults in the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince alone.
Montreal-based photographer Darren Ell began exploring the consequences of this crisis in 2006 and continues his work to this day, motivated by a concern that Canadians are not seeing the increasing Americanization of Canadian foreign and domestic policy.
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