For our final segment, we return to the tragedy in Haiti to take a look at relief efforts, and what still needs to be done.
Our panel was:
Edwidge Danticat, Haitian-American author of many novels, including The Farming of Bones, and Brother, I’m Dying. She was a 2009 McArthur Fellow.
Madison Smartt Bell, a Professor of English at Goucher College, and the author of thirteen novels, including a trilogy about the Haitian Revolution.
Manno Charlemagne, Haitian folk singer and political activist. He lived in exile in the 1980s and 1991-1994, and he served as mayor of Port-Au-Prince from 1995-1999