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Home Away From Haiti [1.29.10]

Last week, Haitian teenager Darline Blanchard Williams arrived in Florida to live with her adoptive parents. Darline says she thinks she survived the quake because she'd attended a funeral instead of school that day - her school collapsed. Also joining the conversation is her adoptive mother Rebecca Williams. Dick Gordon talks to them both about how they managed to get Darline out of Haiti and into the U.S. - and how Darline is adjusting. Also in this show, tracking down stolen drums. And, remembering JD Salinger.

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