Haitian are still battling to rebuild their lives and their homes two years after the devastating earthquake that killed 300,000 people. Historian Laurent Dubois has just returned from Haiti. He's also the author of the just released book Haiti: The Aftershocks of History. On today's show Dubois explains to host Marco Werman how Haiti's turbulent past continues to resonate in its politics today.

Haiti Quake Map (USGS)

Building latrines in Haiti (Photo: Oxfam/Flickr)

Esline Belcombe, 25, lives in Corail Camp, Haiti. (Photo: Oxfam/Flickr)

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