Posts Tagged ‘Democracy Now’

"Tè Tremblé…" Remembering the Earthquake in Haiti. 2 Years Ago ~ Today. 12•Jan.•10


Two years ago today, January 12th., 2010, Haiti was devastated by a massive earthquake, what Haitians call “Tè Tremblé, the earth trembles…” Nearly a quarter of a million people were killed and more than 1.5 million were left homeless. It was one of the worst natural disasters in history. I arrived in Haiti two weeks […]

"Haiti. 6 Months On…" 12•July•10

Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A man views the collapsed Cathedral in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Saturday, January 30, 2010. A massive 7.0 earthquake struck the Caribbean island nation on January 12th., killing upwards of 230,000 people. © Chet Gordon / THE IMAGE WORKS It’s been six months since the catastrophic earthquake struck the island nation of Haiti on […]