Reflections on Haiti: Farewell, Fred Voodoo


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[REBROADCAST] It’s been three and a half years since Haiti was rocked by the 2010 earthquake that has left the country known for its hardship in an even more dire condition. Journalist AMY WILENTZ looks back on covering Haiti since her 1989 book, “The Rainy Season,” including the early slave plantation days; political dynasties and passing guerilla movements; and the troubled relationship with the United States. Her recent book is “Farewell, Fred Voodoo.”

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