Haiti is already forgotten. The earthquake was nearly a year ago and the media only seems to remember Haiti when a hurricane floods the land, or when cholera sweeps through the tent cities. They get their headlines, and leave.
We went in February, have reported on the nation since then and, perhaps more importantly, have stayed committed to the families I met there. Ribert. Vialine. Darline. Jerry. Christopher. The Milliens. We text. We speak on the phone. We pray for each other. I send money when I can. And thanks to Ted Harge, I get to remind Connecticut about these people tonight at 8 p.m. EST on the Struggles to Victory radio program.
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