Jackson: How Chicago Helped Haiti Earthquake Survivors

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Posted: Monday, March 29, 2010

There was much fanfare and media coverage of the Haiti earthquake evacuees when they filed off airplanes at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport in late January. But what happened to the evacuees after the spotlight was turned off?

The Red Line Project's Jon Niederkorn, Maham Khan Amed and Ike Gioshvili reported this story for Chicago-centric site Gapers Block about what has happened to the people who survived one of the worst earthquakes in history.

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