February 24, 2010
“Downtown Port au Prince, Haiti, looks like it was hit with an atomic bomb. People live in makeshift tents and damaged cave-like buildings. It was cold blooded to see how they are being done by the international community. Nobody cares whether they live or die,” writes JR. He is looking for venues for Haiti report-backs. Call him right away if you can help: (510) 689-7964.
January 28, 2010
Reports of violence in Haiti are largely disinformation. For centuries Haiti has been portrayed as a dangerous country filled with volatile and threatening people, unsafe for foreigners. This supposition, this fear and misunderstanding, has very deep implications for foreign aid and cross-cultural understanding.