Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Where do the reporters in Haiti get their food and shelter?


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via Slate Magazine by Nina Shen Rastogi on 1/19/10

In the week following the massive Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti, a number of high-profile American journalists—Anderson Cooper, Katie Couric, even Al Roker—have reported from the ground in Port-au-Prince. This has many Explainer readers wondering: If aid organizations are having such a hard time delivering food and medical supplies, how are so many journalists getting into Haiti?

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