"Mirlene Lamour, 33, was born in #Haiti, but moved with her family to the Dominican Republic as a teenager. She and her husband have 7 children, all born on Dominican soil — some literally on the soil, in a palmwood cabin on a farm outside Los Patos, a town in the Dominican southwest. Since the summer of 2015, deportations and violence have driven tens of thousands of people of Haitian descent from their homes in the #DominicanRepublic. When @patrickwitty photographed Mirlene and her family, they were living in a makeshift home in Parc Cadeau, a settlement at the far southeastern tip of Haiti. #ParcCadeau had become large enough to split into 2 camps and permanent enough to produce community leaders, a wicker-walled church and a school. Visit the link in our profile to read the full @nytmag story and see more photos by @patrickwitty." By nytimes on Instagram.
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