We brought Mighty Fingers Facing Change to Haiti and worked in three different areas from the city center to the souther coast. This is a scene from the Iron Market, which was alive with movement, intense odors, hordes of people, and a grittiness not found in many places. Haiti was one of the hardest places I’ve ever traveled too. The destruction from hurricanes and a recent earthquake seemed nearly insurmountable. The political situation was unstable and the feelings about Americans and the aid we offered were vastly different. This was a humbling and difficult trip that I’m happy I took.