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Haiti -Living in Fear living in the streets

Haitians are retraumatized after every aftershock and by lack of food and water. The destroyed buildings are really mortuary remains impelled to record that the dead once existed. Now, a form of Proskynemata- or what is a practice of awe and peity, those who survived the earthquake realize that the daily acts of life, the most simplest are the most holding value and life. The makeshift tents are where the Haitians sleep.

Categorized in these topics: Hunger Internally Displaced People Kolo Trauma Format Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Social Memory Violence Weather Women's Trauma Issues


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