haiti earthquake

 

  An island divided: Haitian immigrants deported from the Dominican Republic

More than a year after the earthquake in Haiti, the Dominican Republic is deporting Haitian refugees en masse, prompting allegations of racism and wrongful treatment by human rights activists.

  An interview with Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat
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  Helping children in Haiti, one year after the earthquake

Need to Know presents a report from The New York Times on two severely injured children in Haiti who were brought to Boston for surgery, physical therapy and recovery.

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Report criticizes Haiti recovery commission led by Bill Clinton

One year after the earthquake, Oxfam found, only five percent of the rubble in Haiti has been removed. The report was also sharply critical of the efforts led by former President Clinton.

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Audio slideshow: Haiti, one year later

Excerpts of an interview with Dominican Republic President Leonel Fernandez, who has helped lead the recovery effort in Haiti, and photos from throughout the reconstruction.

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Crowdsourcing ‘violence interruption’ in Chicago

At Pop Tech, an unlikely partnership forms between an infectious disease expert fighting gun violence and a crisis mapping website.

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