Video journalism merges comics with film to report the surge of homophobia in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake that devastated Haiti on January 12, 2010.
While thousands of Haitians lost their homes, family and livelihood, Haiti's gays and lesbians experienced increased homophobia.
With a majority of its population devoutly Catholic, many LGTB Haitian's are not open about their sexual orientation for fear of physical and verbal abuse. But in the aftermath of 2010's natural disaster, some conservative religious leaders in Haiti blamed the earthquake on homosexuality.
Video journalist Caroline Dijckmeester-Bins collaborated with American editorial cartoonist Matt Bors to create a video incorporating animated illustrations of the people they interviewed, and features contributing illustrations from the Haitian artist Chevelin Pierre.
Over half a century after the documentary "Take This Hammer" was produced, filmmaker Caroline Bins created a follow-up film: "Black San Francisco." She interviewed many of the same people from the earlier film about how much, or little change has occurred with regard to the issues discussed half a century earlier.