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Reconstruction Reconsidered: Is It Excellence?

A while ago, I posted about an apartment building under construction across from my house. The post emphasized the quickness with which something can take place in Haiti with the proper dedication. Several viewers of the video included with the … Continue reading

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Posters, Presidents, and Possibilities

I truly believe you don’t fully grasp the weight of the destruction from the earthquake until you stand in front of the National Palace.  It’s the most significant symbol of destruction one can readily recognize in the city, and the … Continue reading

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One Year Later- Analysts Still Don’t Get Haiti

Today marks one year after Haiti’s devastating earthquake.  Throughout the country, Haitians mourn for lost loved ones, pray, call for moments of silence, and, most importantly, they continue to survive.  In the midst of Haiti’s melange of life and death, … Continue reading

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