In this show, we discuss the social and historical context in which a perfectly nature disaster has become a social disaster of epic proportions. We first interview Kevin Pina of the Haiti Information Project, an investigative journalist who has worked on Haiti since 1991 and whose family is there trying to survive the disaster. B.C. Holmes from Toronto Haiti Action just returned from Haiti days before the quake and tells us about the gross human rights abuses faced by Haitians at the hands of the occupiers since 2004.
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