Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton are visiting the rubble-filled Haitian capital Port-au-Prince today as part of their effort to raise money for, and stimulate investment in, the country's rebuilding. The January quake left an estimated 230,000 dead, and another 1.3 million homeless. Photojournalist Bear Guerra recently went to Haiti to document the efforts of Haitians to put their lives back together, and try to get back some sense of normalcy. Guerra tells us about his trip, and his photos.

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