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After the Quake, Millennial Haitian-Americans Are Open for Business

After the Quake, Millennial Haitian-Americans Are Open for Business

by Carla Murphy on January 17 2014, 7:00AM

One American-born and raised Hatian millennial explains why he and his peers are doing business on the island.

Topics: Global Affairs

Disaster Capitalism in Haiti Leaves Displaced With Few Good Choices

Disaster Capitalism in Haiti Leaves Displaced With Few Good Choices

by Isabel Macdonald on June 20 2011, 10:38AM

Bill Clinton’s marque housing initiative is illustrative of so much that’s gone wrong thus far in Haiti’s painfully slow reconstruction.

Topics: Global Affairs, Haiti

Aristide Returns to Haiti, Along With U.S. Deportees

Aristide Returns to Haiti, Along With U.S. Deportees

by Thoai Lu on March 22 2011, 4:50PM

The country limps toward recovery, while presidential election drama swirls in the air.

Topics: Global Affairs

At Least Some Find Reason to Celebrate in Haiti

At Least Some Find Reason to Celebrate in Haiti

by Thoai Lu on March 11 2011, 3:37PM

Country holds first Carnival festival since last year’s deadly quake.

Topics: Global Affairs

Haitian Deportee Dies After Cholera Symptoms

Haitian Deportee Dies After Cholera Symptoms

by Jamilah King on February 7 2011, 12:37PM

Wildrick Guerrier, 34, was reportedly healthy until he was stuck with 17 other men in a Haitian jail cell.

Topics: Global Affairs

Photos of Haiti's Slow March Toward Recovery Photo

Photos of Haiti’s Slow March Toward Recovery

by Hatty Lee, Jamilah King on January 12 2011, 3:10PM

One year later, we take a look back at the lessons learned since the country’s catastrophic earthquake.

Topics: Haiti

Learning From Shattered Haiti's Year of Struggle

Learning From Shattered Haiti’s Year of Struggle

by Michelle Chen on January 4 2011, 9:55AM

Global Justice columnist Michelle Chen says the earthquake revealed deep problems with global aid systems, but also may create new models of locally led development.

Topics: Global Justice, Haiti

Good Intentions Haven't Done Much For Haiti

Good Intentions Haven’t Done Much For Haiti

by Jamilah King on December 13 2010, 4:43PM

Joe Mozingo at the Los Angeles Times reports that foreign aid workers do more harm than good.

Topics: Global Affairs, Haiti

President Wyclef? Singer Considers New Haiti Campaign

President Wyclef? Singer Considers New Haiti Campaign

by Jamilah King on July 27 2010, 4:00PM

One of Haiti’s most beloved native sons is considering a run for the country’s often contentious top office. Representatives for Wyclef Jean, the former Fugees frontman who was born in the country but infamously grew up in Brooklyn, said in…

Topics: Global Affairs

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