95-101. Haitians in Florida 1980-1998

After spending a year photographing at Krome Camp I wanted to see more, so I ventured into Miami’s Little Haiti community. It was off-limits by self-imposition to blans, but I found it to be a quiet place, a home to families. A generation later it was no longer a safe place. Soon I wanted to know more about how Haitians were acclimating themselves to life in America; I don’t think it is correct to say they were assimilating during those years. I next sought out Haitian communities in south and central Florida.