Restavek in Haiti, the Vlad Sokhin photographs

Restavek in Haiti, the Vlad Sokhin photographs

Here is one of a series of Haiti restavec photos by photographer Vlad Sokhin for a series called "Restavek: Child Slavery in Haiti,''

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