January 5, 2011 / USA Today by Kwame Dawes, Andre Lambertson

Joel Sainton, an HIV-positive pastor in Haiti, works to provide support and hope for other Haitians living with the disease in the aftermath of the country's devastating earthquake in January 2010.

January 5, 2011 / PBS NewsHour by Kwame Dawes

Poet and writer Kwame Dawes offers a unique lens on the struggles, and resilience, of Haitians nearly one year after the devestating earthquake. An interview with Jeffrey Brown for PBS NewsHour.

December 30, 2010 / Untold Stories by Kwame Dawes, Andre Lambertson

Tout jounen m ap gade yon vil ki detwi (Josaphat Robert Large). The visual poem Tombs in Kreyol.

December 27, 2010 by Paul Franz

Haiti's post-earthquake tent cities house many willing students who lack accessible education. Educator Alzire Rocourt has a passion for teaching and a vision for change.

December 27, 2010 / Untold Stories by Andre Lambertson, Kwame Dawes

Joel Sainton is an itinerant preacher who formed a grassroots agency to serve the needs of people living with HIV/AIDS.

December 22, 2010 / USA Today by Lisa Armstrong

Rape, a serious problem in Haiti prior to the 2010 earthquake, has gone up threefold in Port-au-Prince, according to Refugees International.

Image by Paul Franz, Haiti, 2010.
December 20, 2010 / Untold Stories by Paul Franz

About 65 percent of Haiti's population is under the age of 30. An entire generation is at risk if the country does not act to provide an education for its youth.

Image by Stephanie Hanes, Dominican Republic, 2010.
December 17, 2010 / PBS NewsHour by Steve Sapienza, Stephanie Hanes

A change to the Dominican Republic's constitution has left many residents of Haitian descent lacking citizenship and in a state of legal limbo.

Image by Paul Franz, Haiti, 2010.
December 17, 2010 / Untold Stories by Paul Franz

Thirteen years ago, Deacon Patrick Moynihan gave up his life as a commodities trader to become a Catholic missionary in Haiti.

Image by Paul Franz, Haiti, 2010
December 17, 2010 / Untold Stories by Paul Franz

Alzire Rocourt knows that time is of the essence. She teaches classes to primary-school age children in tent city camps.

December 17, 2010 / Untold Stories by Steve Sapienza

Dominican human rights activists lobby for government attention to unrecognized Haitian hardships.

Haitians have long provided cheap labor in the Dominican Republic. They have fueled the country's sugar industry. Image by Stephanie Hanes, Haiti, 2010.
December 16, 2010 / USA Today by Stephanie Hanes, Steve Sapienza

A change to the Dominican Republic's Constitution, which denies citizenship to children born to undocumented residents, has put into doubt the legal status of people of Haitian descent.