Personal stories two years after Haiti earthquake


By Jacob Kushner – WLRN

After a massive earthquake struck Haiti two years ago today, the U.S. stopped deporting Haitians.  But next week marks one year since those deportations to Haiti resumed.  24-year-old Franco Coby grew up in Fort Myers, Florida but he was born in Haiti and until this year, he’d never been back. WLRN’s Jacob Kushner brings us the story of a man lost in his own country.



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