More than two weeks after the earthquake struck in Haiti, destroying homes and tearing apart families, Haitians are scrambling to find new places to live. It is expected that many may seek refuge in Miami, a city which already has a large Haitian immigrant population.
We talk with Jay Newton-Small, Washington correspondent for Time Magazine who reported about the expected emigration patterns from Haiti. We also speak with Joshua Johnson, a reporter and host for WLRN-Miami Herald News, about how Miami is responding to what may be an influx of Haitian immigrants in the upcoming weeks.
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