The media attention dies down, and we go back to our sheltered, comfortable lives, almost (but not entirely) forgetting about the devastation that rocked a faraway city or country -- but thanks to one photographer, we can still hear the 'Voices of Haiti.'
Deeply moved, Nashville photographer Jeremy Cowart posed a simple question to the survivors he approached when compiling his photo essay 'Voices of Haiti.' The question that drives Cowart's latest work was, "What do you have to say about all this?"
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