Original Air Date: 1/24/2011 On this episode of Brooklyn Review, we look at the continued impact last January’s earthquake had on the people of Haiti and Haitian Brooklynites. We join parishioners of St. Jerome’s Catholic Church in Flatbush for a memorial service to mark the one-year anniversary of the earthquake; speak with Radio Soliel’s Ricot Dupuy about former Haitian President Jean-Claude Duvalier’s surprise return to the country; learn how Maimonides Medical Center continues to assist Haitians with chronic illness in the wake of the natural disaster; see how Brooklynite Jimmy Toussaint and his family are rebuilding their school, the Colline Foundation, in Leogane, Haiti; follow-up with the Mondesir-Jones family, who were waiting for their newly adopted daughters to arrive in Brooklyn before the quake hit; and visit the “Re-Imagining Haiti” art exhibit at MoCADA. From Brooklyn Independent Television's Brooklyn Review. ;http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bitmoreless
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