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Humanitography

Exhausted Jordanian MINUSTAH troops rest by the roadside in Port au Prince, January, 2010, after a massive earthquake triggered a humanitarian crisis in Haiti. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com

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A home remains uninhabitable in the lower ninth ward of New Orleans after catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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A family flees Port au Prince, Haiti, in a taptap, January, 2010, after a massive earthquake triggered a humanitarian crisis. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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A father and daughter rest under a tarp after being displaced from their home by the catastrophic earthquake of 2010 in Haiti. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Amy, a volunteer, pauses to rest while gutting a house for remodeling in New Orleans, after catastrophic flooding caused by Hurricane Katrina. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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A Haitian man looks out at MINUSTAH troops, from the back of a taptap in Port au Prince. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Rosa, a Red Cross volunteer, rides in the back of an ERV to a tornado disaster zone in Arkansas. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Volunteers sail a schooner laden with humanitarian supplies from Miami to Haiti in January 2010, after a massive earthquake killed tens of thousands and caused a humanitarian crisis. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Tornado survivors in Vilonia, Arkansas, console each other after losing their homes. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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A girl in rural southern Haiti fetches water for her home. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Tornado survivors and a Red Cross volunteer in rural Arkansas make a temporary shelter to protect their remaining possessions as more rain moves in. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Medics immobilize a boy’s broken femur after the Haiti earthquake of 2010. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans, Louisiana, after Hurricane Katrina. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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Potoprens, 2012. Multiple shots from a moving vehicle, merged. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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An Arkansas tornado disintegrated this two-year-old’s home and ejected his mother and him into a nearby field. They survived without major injury. Photo ©Thomas Hudson | humanitography [at] gmail dot com.

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