D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham talks about the George Floyd protests. Virginia Delegate Ibraheem Samirah talks about taking part in the demonstrations as an elected official. And D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen talks about election woes and police reform.
Five years ago, a devastating earthquake brought Haiti to its knees. The disaster sparked a global effort to help the country rebuild, but half a decade later, its democracy is still on shaky ground. Kojo explores how the political aftershocks of the quake are still rippling through Haiti — and what’s at stake in its long-delayed elections.
- Jonathan Katz Author, "The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster" (Palgrave Macillian, 2013)
- Roberson Alphonse Journalist, Le Nouvelliste (Port-au-Prince, Haiti)
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