A photo from Kojo's trip to Port-au-Prince in November 2010. Campaign signs for the president, who five years later is delaying elections, are seen in the background.

A photo from Kojo's trip to Port-au-Prince in November 2010. Campaign signs for the president, who five years later is delaying elections, are seen in the background.

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.

Guests

  • 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)

Slideshow: The Kojo Nnamdi Show in Haiti, 2010

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