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Along with flavorful cuisine and colorful celebrations, Haitians are proud of their country's status as the first independent nation in the western hemisphere. This Caribbean country neighbors the Dominican Republic on the island of Hispanola and speaks Haitian Creole and French, primarily. Matador focuses on everything from music in Port-au-Prince to the country's recovery from a devastating earthquake in 2010. For videos on Haiti's people, news on post-earthquake rebuilding and humanitarian issues, please check the articles below.

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Haiti Articles

In the air with Haiti’s first emergency helicopter service

by Vince DeGennaro
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On healthcare as an inalienable human right: One doctor’s story from Haiti

by Vince DeGennaro
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We need to see more images of Haiti like this one

by Alyssa James

What journalists carry on the front lines: Joey Daoud, Haiti

by Cengiz Yar Jr.
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These are the faces of people I met in Haiti

by Katherine LaGrave
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A smile from Haiti

by Cody Forest Doucette
2

Why you shouldn’t run out to volunteer for disaster relief

by Richard Stupart
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Volunteer dispatch: Building houses in Haiti

by David Korn
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Haiti in view: Port-au-Prince at night

by Lindsay Clark

Ciné Institute: Haiti’s only film school

by Lindsay Clark

Haiti in view: A music video from a tent city

by Lindsay Clark

Haiti in View: Widowed by the earthquake

by Lindsay Clark
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Haiti in view: Life post-earthquake

by Lindsay Clark

Haiti in view: Tent cities

by Lindsay Clark
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United States pushes partners to cancel Haiti’s debt

by Julie Schwietert
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Would you live here?

by Hal Amen
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A-to-Z guide of the world’s “without Borders” Groups

by Julie Schwietert
5

Notes on a Picture I took in Haiti

by Jared Krauss
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