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January 12, 2011

The Haiti Earthquake - A Year Later

We first met Yolette Etienne a year ago. She is a country director for Oxfam in Haiti. She lost her mother, her home and many friends in the aftermath of the quake. And she took in two orphans. Yolette tells Dick what makes her smile these days are the simplest things.Also in this episode: Carmen Maria Romero is a physical therapist from Miami who left everything behind - including her twin sister, Isabel Romero Lara - to work in Haiti. And - we check back in with Chris Rolling to hear about the work that he's been doing in the earthquake's aftermath.

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