Elina, left, stands on the Haitian side of the Dajabón border crossing which connects Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The Dajabón River, also known as Massacre River, divides the two countries.
Haiti and the Dominican Republic have long had a difficult relationship. Two countries that share one island, never before has it been more divided. As the rest of the world closes its doors to Haitian migrants, the Dominican Republic is also cracking down in a way that human rights activists say hasn’t been seen in decades. Pregnant women are people deported, separating children from parents.