Brian Concannon

Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Guest

Director of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Brian Concannon on KCRW

As Hurricane Matthew heads for Florida, President Obama cancelled today's campaign appearances there.

Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti

As Hurricane Matthew heads for Florida, President Obama cancelled today's campaign appearances there.

from To the Point

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

Haitian Recovery Efforts

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

from Which Way, L.A.?

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

Haitian Recovery Efforts

It's been six months since a devastating magnitude-7.0 earthquake hit Haiti, killing as many as 230,000 people and leaving more than a million homeless.

from To the Point

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