Thursday, January 21, 2010


(Paul Jeffrey / ACT Alliance / January 19, 2010)
Ena Zizi takes a drink of water after being carried alive from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, one week after the city of Port-au-Prince was reduced to ruins. Members of a Mexican search-and-rescue team rescued Zizi from the collapsed home of the parish priest at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption.
Andy Kershaw has a compelling and thoughtful commentary in the Independent today about the resolve of the Haitian people.

If you can, please give to Partners In Health, Doctors without Borders or another reputable charity which is trying to save lives in Haiti.  (PIH link at the top of the right hand column on this blog.)

We must try not to forget.

I still think of Nicholas Kristoff's "Today, we are all Haitians."

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