South Florida will be focused on Haiti's recovery and reconstruction in the coming months. We'd like to hear your thoughts on building standards, adoption and transparency.
- U.S. citizens wondering about family in Haiti can ring the U.S. State Department's American Citizen Services hotline at 1-888-407-4747.
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The earth rocked. Buildings crashed. A heartbeat later, so much of Haiti was gone. A stunned South Florida watched the horrifying images with the rest of the world, but felt the loss and the kinship more acutely than many other places. So many connections here, and so many scrambled to lend a hand.
One month later, much of the media has backed off from round-the-clock broadcasts of the devastation. But there is so much to do.
Here are voices on Haiti - from South Florida, with the largest Haitian community in the United States, and from Haiti, where the hard work of coping goes on and recovery begins. Watch the full interviews.
From South Florida
THE HAITI CRISIS: COMPLETE COVERAGE
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