Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Fight Cholera in Haiti: Why the UN Needs to Take Responsibility Now

Maria Russo, The Culture-ist July 26, 2012 I couldn’t stop crying. I tried, but the tears would not stop spilling from my eyes. How could that happen?  I asked myself time and time again. Yes, I knew there was an epidemic, and yes, I was aware that many people had died, but why was this particular thing bringing me to tears? I can’t tell you what it is that I saw that deeply upset me — I want you to see it for yourself. And maybe if you are moved like I was, you’ll take action just as I did. ***** While serving as aid workers in Haiti, Americans David Darg and Bryn Mooser created a documentary that sheds light on how U.N. relief workers negligently brought cholera to Haiti buy flushing (their) waste and raw sewage into a river most Haitians use for drinking […]

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