One Year After Haiti's Quake: Cholera Babies, School Without Walls

In the normally black and white landscape one year after Haiti's catastrophic earthquake, the school pops out. It's name, the Institute Classic de Lalue, is festooned in blues and reds on a banner across the entrance. The latticed school rooms are painted in Caribbean purple and yellow. The once three-story K-12 school represents both Haiti's promise and it's plight. "We haven't received a penny from the government," Principal Gellene Charles erupted. "Nothing." Instead, the...Full Story
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