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Rebuilding Haiti

A Starr Forum event presented on February 23, 2010

MIT experts discuss how to help Haiti create a future different from the generations of misery it has known.
This discussion panel of experts asked the question: "Where do we go from here?" in the wake of Haiti's recent natural disaster on January 12, 2010.

About the speakers:
Cherie Miot Abbanat is a lecturer in the Department of Urban Studies and Planning and the Department of Architecture, and co-chair of DUSP's Undergraduate Committee.
Michel DeGraff, a native of Haiti, is associate professor of linguistics at MIT.
Erica James is associate professor of anthropology at MIT.
Dale Joachim is a visiting scientist at the MIT Media Lab, where he currently co-teaches the special project class New Media Projects for Haiti.

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