March 16, 2010 Adam Davidson and Chana Joffe-Walt interview Haiti's prime minister.
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February 16, 2010 On today's podcast, sophisticated entrepreneurship among Haiti's poorest people.
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February 12, 2010 On today's podcast, exporter Jean Maurice Buteau says he struggles to keep up with the demand for Haitian mangos because nearly half the fruit he buys from rural farmers arrives damaged. He says if he could only get plastic crates for the farmers ...
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February 8, 2010 The Ombudsman will be out of the office until Feb. 22. Meanwhile, feel free to listen to her appearance on WAMU on Feb. 8.
February 5, 2010 Despite the general misery and the constant funerals, Adam tells us people in Haiti are starting to talk about how to rebuild the country and the economy, maybe in a better way.
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February 2, 2010 What role is national pride playing here, and what role should it play?
January 25, 2010 Controversial photos of dead bodies are a standard part of covering any major disasaster. NPR wrestled with one jarring image of a man walking over or on dead bodies. With a strong photo caption, it might have been more clear. The photo needed to ...
January 25, 2010 I am still feeling a bit tender about my New York Jets who got WAXED in the playoffs over the weekend. (Sorry, I just need a minute to compose myself.) Yes, I know the Colts are all that. And Peyton Manning is the man, and I know that's a good sto...
January 25, 2010 In our first hour, Bill Gates, and rebuilding Haiti. In our second hour, Hiroshima.
January 21, 2010 In Haiti, the misery continues as does our reporting. We turn our attention to how journalists are covering this story. All the usual rules and questions apply. Is the coverage fair? Is it accurate? Are you learning what you need to know to under...
January 21, 2010 In the first hour, campaign finance reform and the future of the Democrats' health care overhaul. In the second hour, the roots of extremism and new technology for philanthropy.
January 20, 2010 It's been just over one week since a devastating earthquake struck Haiti. As relief organizations rushed to the scene and ordinary people opened their wallets to support the disaster response, hundreds of techies have also stepped up to offer thei...
January 20, 2010 Today's Talk: political fallout from the Massachusetts election, helping Haitian orphans, the difficulties of distributing aid in Haiti, and We Two, a new book about Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.
The above photo of a Haitian man walking through a make-shift morgue in the aftermath of last week's earthquake is being criticized by some as bordering sensationalism.
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January 19, 2010 Is this another form of exploitation of third-world people, particularly people of color?
January 19, 2010 Awaiting Jon Lee Anderson's reporting from Haiti...
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