A whole batch of articles, dealing with the earthquakes in Haiti, and their aftermath.
Articles range from:
*How everyday people are dealing with life on the streets
*Do-gooders who show up unannounced and unwelcome...then use up precious resources, or have to be evacuated themselves
*What progress is being made
*Haitian elderly...who feel that they're dying unnoticed
The site takes a while to load, but it's worth it. These deal with issues I haven't seen discussed much elsewhere -- they're important.
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