1. Healing in Haiti: Episode 01 Father Rick Frechette


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    In January 2010 a massive earthquake in Haiti killed more than 300,000 people and left more than 1,000,000 homeless. In March 2011, filmmakers Jacques del Conte and Chandra Ratner traveled to the ravaged island nation to witness the devastation firsthand, and document the heroic day-to-day efforts of volunteers from Artists for Peace and Justice and others as they fight to help rebuild Haiti. Published by Vanity Fair on January 12th, 2012. Film by by Jacques del Conte and Chandra Ratner Original Music by Chris George Special Thanks to Dana Brown, Michael Hogan and everyone from Artists for Peace and Justice

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    • Official Trailer for Year Zero.


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      Year Zero is a documentary film about the aftermath of Haiti post earthquake January 12, 2010. Producers David Snider and Carlos Cazalis teamed up with Chromasonus sound producer Nao Sakamoto to document year zero, the attempts by the Haitian republic to recover from the consequences of the natural disaster that hit Port-Au-Prince, Leogane and Jacmel, having devastating effects and loss of life. Through a visual narrative poem, spoken by Haitian poet Dr. Henry Barbot, Snider incorporates Cazalis' photographs to tell the dramatic life stories of a crippled state on the verge of collapse due to a devastating year in 2010 with several natural disasters, a refugee crisis, a gratuitous cholera epidemic, and an army of aid actors at play.

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      • Clowns tegen cholera, in Haiti.


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        Een circus van Canadese en Haitiaanse clowns trekken de bergen in om amusement te brengen aan een bevolking die zo'n spektakel nog nooit heeft meegemaakt. Iedereen heeft plezier, maar tegelijkertijd is er een boodschap: hoe cholera te voorkomen.

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        • The Irish Healer


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          Book trailer for The Irish Healer, by Nancy Herriman. ©2011 Worthy Publishing.

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          • Celebrating Nastalie's Gift Of Love


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            This Christmas as we celebrate God's gift of love, we are also celebrating gifts of love that have been given because of Operation Blessing supporters. Watch our 6 day series as we share a new daily video to celebrate these gifts of love by hearing from Operation Blessing staff who were there. This is a story about Nastalie's gift of love.

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            • Cholera at La Piste


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              It's January 2011 in Haiti, Port au Pronce. La Piste transitional shelter village suffers from cholera. The only medical treatment available for the 50000 inhabitants of the camp is distributed by the Red Cross mobile clinic. It's a ghetto where robbery, rape and gunfights is witnessed every night. This is the largest transitional shelter camp in Haiti since the earthquake a year earlier.

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              • 5,000 Haitian Cholera Victims Sue U.N. After Deadly Epidemic Kills 6,000, Sickens 450,000


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                www.DemocracyNow.org - A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of more than 5,000 Haitians against the United Nations over the cholera outbreak that has further devastated Haiti in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake. Some 450,000 Haitians have been sickened and more than 6,000 have died since the cholera outbreak erupted in October 2010, just over a year ago. It is widely believed the cholera was brought to Haiti by a battalion of Nepalese troops with the U.N. peacekeeping force. In a complaint to the United Nations, the attorneys for the Haitian victims also accuse the organization of reckless failure in containing the outbreak, arguing it is “directly attributable to the negligence, gross negligence, recklessness and deliberate indifference” for the health and lives of Haitians. "Time after time the response has been to deny the allegations. We're hoping that this is the case that's too big to fail. That the evidence against the United Nations is so overwhelming here that the U.N. will have no choice but to finally take responsibility for its malfeasance,” says attorney Brian Concanon of the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti. "What we're asking for, what our clients are asking for, is the U.N. and international community to step up and to give Haiti the sanitation infrastructure it needs to stop the epidemic." For the complete interview, read the transcript, download the podcast, and for additional information about Democracy Now! and reports on Haiti post-earthquake, visit http://www.democracynow.org/tags/haiti FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/YT

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                • Madeleine Thomson, Public Health Challenges in East Africa


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                  In this interview, climate and public-health expert Madeleine Thomson discusses the immediate and intergenerational health challenges that East African societies face because of prolonged malnutrition caused by the famine.

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                  • Haitians Never Die


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                    A medical mission I volunteered for in December 2010, to assist in battling the Cholera epidemic ravaging Haiti.

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                    • LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA - Making Of for Colombia


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                      Making Of for the Colombian Government, shot during the filming of LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA, in Cartagena - Colombia. Interviews with the Producers, and actors such as: JAVIER BARDEM, BENJAMIN BRATT, JOHN LEGUIZAMO, CATALINA SANDINO MORENO. Directed (camera, audio, interviews, editing) by: RAUL GUTERRES

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