Haiti, 6 Months After the Earthquake

Monday, July 12, 2010

Haitian students help to clear the rubble of the Anglican Cathedrale Episcopale Sainte Trinite in Port-au-Prince on July 10, 2010 (THONY BELIZAIRE/AFP/Getty)

It's been six months since a devastating earthquake shook Haiti and its capital, Port-au-Prince, leaving tens of thousands dead and several hundred thousand more injured and homeless. The country remains in dire straits, with a fractured government, a continued need for basic aid, and a large number of groups competing for a foothold in a country with a severely damaged infrastructure.

We're joined by New York Times reporter Deborah Sontag, and Time Magazine reporter Jessica Desvarieux 


Jessica Desvarieux and Deborah Sontag

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