Tag Archives: Haiti

Un(L)abashed Admiration For Wounded Warriors

The Weekly Standard’s Matt Labash is proudly loutish in many ways (see anything from his Standard piece Down with Facebook! to his regular Ask Matt Labash columns for the Daily Caller), but, man, can he write. Exhibit Umpteen: His latest … Continue reading

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Harry Potter Goes To Haiti

A terrific story is currently unfolding below the media radar in Boston. Today the Harry Potter Alliance – in conjunction with Partners in Health – sends its fourth planeload of relief supplies to Haiti since the January earthquake. (Livestream here.) … Continue reading

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More Cave Drawings

Another gem from New York Times reporter Damien Cave, who’s chronicling Haiti’s earthquake hangover. Exodus to Countryside Reverses Long Trend Maggie Steber for The New York Times Mikerlyne Dorvil, injured in Haiti’s earthquake, rested her head on her brother, Arckela, … Continue reading

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Cave Drawings

Just about anything Damien Cave writes for the New York Times is worth reading, but this piece is downright riveting. Lede: TITANYEN, Haiti — A few miles north of the busted-down buildings in Port-au-Prince, up a hillside where cows graze, … Continue reading

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Eternal Journalists’ Dilemma

From Time’s Swampland blog: Another Dispatch From Haiti Posted by KAREN TUMULTY Friday, January 15, 2010 at 8:35 pm Please follow Jay Newton-Small on Twitter. Her tweets are heartbreaking: 2late, 2late, they say. I tell myself that i’m doing more good writing … Continue reading

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Haunty

Certainly, there’s no shortage of suffering in Haiti. And Lord knows the people of Port-au-Prince have no rival in the misery that their lives are right now, given the unimaginable conditions they find themselves in. But take a moment also … Continue reading

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