Posts Tagged ‘Haiti’
Two years after Haiti was devastated by an earthquake, the damage persists. Mark Schuller discusses the failure of aid and his new book, Tecktonic Shifts: Haiti Since the Earthquake co-edited with Pablo Morales. Should the failure be laid at the door of the Haitian people or unfulfilled aid promises at the international level? Schuller remains a [...]
Prof Mark Schuller will join us from Haiti where he has worked for many years to discuss impact of aid, conditions there now, and what he and others characterize as 'capitalizing on catastrophe'. 8:30 a.m. At 9:15 Hugh Kaufman, senior policy analyst with the EPA examines the efficacy of the EPA's oversight in the BP deep water oil blowout. With [...]
Ellinger just returned from Haiti where he was part of an AMARC team that rebuilt a rural Haitian radio station, Radyo Zetwal Peyizan, in Fondwa. In conversation with Elizabeth Robinson on KCSB's "No Alibis", he describes current conditions in Port au Prince as well as in the countryside. For more info, go to AMARC.org.