Hundreds of thousands of Haitians still don't have permanent housing nearly three years after a devastating earthquake but they're starting to fight back. Amy Bracken reports from Port-au-Prince on fledgling efforts to create a housing rights movement.
“Si Aristide te la….” “If Aristide were here….” So started the chants in countless demonstrations on the streets of Port-au-Prince over the last seven years, since then-President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was flown into exile in Africa on a US military plane.
Adventure tourists aren't looking for high thread count or luxury amenities when they pick where to go. Rather, they're looking for extremes. A New York man is trying to tap into that culture with an extreme bike ride across Haiti, which he hopes will promote tourism and raise awareness of the impoverished country.