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A Haitian Odyssey E2: Chile

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Roberto Martinez, TPR
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South America became a haven for many Haitians displaced by the devastating earthquake of 2010. But, as Black migrants from an impoverished country, Haitians were also among the most vulnerable immigrant populations. In this second episode of Line in the Land, Haitians tell their stories of a decade of migration across the Americas — and how countries that initially welcomed them, ultimately shut their doors.

Read more reporting from the Houston Chronicle: Inside the brutal 10,000-mile journey Haitian migrants make in search of a home

Elizabeth Trovall is the immigration reporter at the Houston Chronicle. Prior to her post, Trovall covered immigration for the NPR affiliate in Houston, Houston Public Media. Reach her at elizabeth.trovall@chron.com or on Twitter @elizTrovall.
Joey Palacios can be reached atJoey@TPR.org and on Twitter at @Joeycules
Stephania Corpi is a Mexican journalist, documentary photographer and a co-host and co-producer of the Line in the Land and La Línea podcasts from Texas Public Radio.