Aid is trickling into the southern region of Haiti, where an earthquake over the weekend killed more than 1,400 people. As the Western Hemisphere’s poorest country, Haiti has endured a long history of natural disasters and political upheaval.
Reset hears from two local Haitian Americans working hard to improve life for Haitians.
GUESTS: Tirf Alexius, board member at Haiti Outreach
Elsie Hector-Hernandez, co-founder and president of Haitian American Museum of Chicago