In 1993, photographer Tequila Minsky went on a human rights fact-finding trip to Haiti. This began a life-changing journey and love of the country and its people that has lasted 26 years.

Her images include political unrest, women’s health, economic issues and music festivals. Traveling the country, she provided full photographic reportage on a variety of subjects, and was in Port-au-Prince when the earthquake of 2010 struck. Her photos, published in The New York Times and elsewhere, were some of the first of the disaster.

This presentation will be a glimpse into her journey with Haiti.

Free and open to the public.