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Haiti, one month after the event

February 19, 2010

Jean H. Charles provides another perspective on Haiti, the earthquake and the rebuilding of the country and its people:

Haiti, one month after the event

“…There is a culture of lack of compassion for the refugees in the tent city. Food, water and public hygiene should be brought to the people. They need not go to a far away place for half a bag of rice distributed (orderly by the Americans, and disorderly by the United Nations)…”

Lessons from Port-au-Prince, Haiti

“Driving from Port-au-Prince into the hill of Bourdon, towards the bucolic and attractive suburb of Petionville, one is captivated by the sheer beauty of the setting: A gentle mountain with a deep ravine on the right side, beautiful mansions on the left, with wild ginger plants with their giant red and pink flowers serving as a fence…”

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  1. October 6, 2010 4:38 pm

    hey! im new. & i suppose this is the time and place where i label myself and tell you what society thinks i am, but i think ill let time be the test and you all can figure it out on your own.

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