Haiti

(Prayers.)

Kathryn over at Reinventing the Event Horizon has asked that we post and pray for Haiti today.  Today, as you probably know, is the one year anniversary of the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that devastated the capitol city, Port-au-Prince.

Last night PBS ran a series of programs about Haiti.  I was able to catch Frontline’s Battle for Haiti, a look at the connection between gang violence, gangs, and politicians, and how this impacts the rebuilding of Haiti.  It was a pretty bleak picture.  You can watch the program at the link provided.

A few links for more information:

I’ll be back later with a post about the usual stuff (snow, my daily outdoor adventure, etc.).

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12 Comments on “Haiti”

  1. Thank you so much for reaching out to Haiti–thanks for sharing these links–thanks for the warmth, the caring, the kindness————
    With Hugs from Haiti,
    Kathy

    • Robin says:

      You’re welcome, Kathy.

      I wanted to do something. Because it’s such an overwhelming situation, I wasn’t sure what to do in terms of a post so I decided to keep it fairly simple. I’ve seen the pictures, read the stories, watched the videos and still… I can barely begin to imagine what it must be like for the poor people of Haiti.

  2. We shouldn’t forget about Haiti–thanks for this.

  3. mirlande says:

    Thank-you for helping Haiti

  4. […] you to everyone who stopped by to see my post on Haiti.  It wasn’t much but I wanted to do something.  I appreciate your visits and for those who […]

  5. Meredith says:

    Thanks so much for the quiz! I posted it on Facebook it seemed like such a great idea. Poor Haiti, they need so much help.

  6. penpusherpen says:

    I watched a documentary on this terrible state of affairs, so many people still living in unbearable conditions, yet they do bear them, while the organisations involved in their recovery seem to be finding it hard to correlate all that need s to be done… a tragedy it was and a tragedy it still is to the Haitians … and after bearing all this they face it with dignity. Amazing, and heartbreaking too… xPenx

  7. Wm Gilliam says:

    we landed in port-au-prince haiti just before lunch yesterday wednesday . they are working tirelessly to help bring restoration to haiti..no rain for us on the first day its rainy season now and we were told to expect quite a bit of rain every day .


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