I found this book laying around the guesthouse I stayed at in Port-au-Prince this past week and was nothing short of moved by it. Tent Life features words by Edwidge Danticat and photographs by Wyatt Gallery taken after the earthquake in 2010.
"These photographs communicate the resiliency, dignity, and strength of millions of Haitians who are presently forced to live in tragic makeshift tent communities. Beautiful inspirational portraits of dignity and joy show Haitians surviving, living, working, and vehemently not waiting for others to determine their fate after the devastating earthquake of 2010, and also show that the struggle to rebuild has only begun."
Many Haitians have started moving out of the tent cities around Port-au-Prince, but many have not. 100% of the royalties from Tent Life go to supporting the Haitian charities J/P HRO, Healing Haiti (which is volunteered with), and the Global Syndicate.
(images via Tent Life)