For Carlo Damus, the Aug. 14 earthquake in southern Haiti was a frustrating reminder of the country’s failure to plan for disaster.
“At this stage, I’m tired of what’s going on in Haiti,” said Damus, a Brooklyn-based teacher. “They’re always reacting, there wasn’t any plan. They know Haiti’s built on faults.”
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