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Photographer explains why we should not stigmatize Haiti

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By Jennifer Browning

Photographer Jeff Antebi traveled to Haiti this past April to photograph the Haitian Senatorial elections.

In his article on The Huffington Post, Antebi explains his own initial fears and hesitations about his first visit to the country. After listing the horrifying statistics that make up Haiti, Antebi goes into the side of the story most don’t see unless they have been there. He tells readers that Haiti is far from the abyss as it is portrayed on the news.

Read Jeff Antebi’s article here.

See his photos from the Haitian Senatorial elections here.