Miami Haitians dealing with disaster

Alicia Zuckerman finds out how Florida Haitian are dealing with the temporary policy to provide protective status for Haitian immigrants. Edwige Danticat discusses the unique position that she holds as artist in the midst of such a huge public disaster.


Haitian patients flood Miami hospitals

Haitian airlifts have resumed, but they're still flying almost exclusively to to Miami's overburdened hospitals. The state has taken more than 500 injured evacuees from the Haiti earthquake since it struck three weeks ago.


Trying to bring relief to Haiti

We speak with Lucie Tondreau, a Haitian community advocate in Miami who is heading to Haiti with a relief team and Jeffrey Jordan is the senior vice-president for Catholic Medical Mission Board. He talks about the challenges to expect.

Arts, Culture & Media

In Miami, 'what's up with that?'

There are unusual things going on in every city ? strange people, curious buildings and local lore. In Miami, public radio journalist Alicia Zuckerman is trying to get answers for the people of South Florida as she asks, 'What's up with that?'