Congresswoman Maxine Waters On State Of Haiti Relief

Los Angeles Representative Maxine Waters was one of the first members of Congress to visit Haiti in January after a major earthquake ravaged the island nation. As stories have faded from headlines, she has stayed focused on relief. White House correspondent Cynthia Gordy spoke with Waters days before her second mission to Port-au-Prince, about challenges in the recovery, criticism of the official in charge of U.S. aid and her goal to wipe out Haiti's debt. Read More: Erykah Badu Sings Tribute to HaitiWhere Are the Black Rescue Workers in HaitiAn Insider's Guide to Donating to Haiti


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