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April 12th 2010:"Haiti - The Present Conditions on the Ground - A Journalist's Report"

Andy Levin joins David Gibbons in this profound program on Haiti, a country in which he has spent many years covering the affairs of a torn nation as a writer and photographer. In recent articles he quotes “Some twenty of the estimated three hundred camps are in grave danger from flood waters as they are located on or at the bottom of steep hills. The danger is greatest is said to be “red” camps, a UN designation for those camps most at risk for flooding. The largest of the “red” camps is the so-called “golf course” camp, formerly secured by the American 86th Airbone, on the grounds of the Pet

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Andy Levin

Andy Levin is a photographer, teacher, and editor living in New Orleans, Louisiana. A contributing photographer with Life Magazine in the 90's, Levin moved to Louisiana a year before Hurricane Katrina from his native city of New York. A finalist for the Eugene Smith Prize in 2008, Levin is interested in the rights of the underclass, and the relationship between a changing environment and the economically challenged. Levin is the editor of the acclaimed internet photography journal 100eyes. He has photographed in Haiti since 1982.
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