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Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
Haiti: Before and After the January 12, 2010 Earthquake
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Slide Presentation re Haiti for the January 30, 2010 Fundraiser at Oliveto Restaurant (Oakland, CA)

Slide Presentation re Haiti for the January 30, 2010 Fundraiser at Oliveto Restaurant (Oakland, CA)

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  • Sister Adelmise, you did a beautiful job of presenting Haiti yesterday and today. It was very moving and the background music was outstanding. Thank you for educating me. God bless you and keep you always♥
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  • 1. HAITI EARTHQUAKE RELIEF FUNDRAISER January 30, 2010 Oliveto Café & Restaurant Oakland, CA <ul><li>HAITI: </li></ul><ul><li>A Historical Perspective </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 2. Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 3. <ul><li>December 5, 1492 : Christophe Columbus (sent by Spain) discovered the island of Hispaniola, which was occupied by a native American tribe called the Tainos . Haiti occupies one third of the Island. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 4. <ul><li>1517 : King Charles V (Spain) authorized the drafting of African slaves to Haiti. The Taino s became virtually extinct in Hispaniola. </li></ul><ul><li>French pirates settled on western Hispaniola. They rebelled against the Spanish creating conflicts between the French and Spanish. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 5. <ul><li>September 20, 1697 : After years of conflict over the Island of Hispaniola, the Spanish and the French finally agreed to divide the Island at the Treaty of Ryswick . The French received the western third of Hispaniola; that third was called &quot; Sainte Domingue &quot;. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner After theTreaty, many French people came to Sainte Domingue to establish plantations because of the high profits from sugar, coffee and indigo – the blue component in jeans.
  • 6. <ul><li>August 1791 : The slaves in Sainte Domingue began the first major revolution against the French. </li></ul><ul><li>June 20, 1793 : France and Britain were at war; Britain invaded Sainte Domingue. </li></ul><ul><li>To build an alliance with the people in Sainte Domingue against Britain, the French abolished slavery. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 7. <ul><li>March 30, 1796 : Toussaint L'Ouverture , a former slave and leader , became the leader of the former slaves in the northern part of Sainte Domingue. </li></ul><ul><li>January 29, 1802 : French General Charles LeClerc went to retake Sainte Domingue. </li></ul><ul><li>LeClerc kidnapped and deported Toussaint to France. </li></ul><ul><li>April 7, 1803 : Toussaint died in France. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 8. <ul><li>January 1, 1804 : Jean Jacques Dessalines (a native leader and ally of Toussaint L’Ouverture) defeated the French, and proclaimed the independence of Sainte Domingue. The Colony is now called “ Haiti ” – in honor of an indigenous Taino name. </li></ul><ul><li>October 17, 1806: Dessalines died. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 9. <ul><li>February 17, 1807 : Henri Christophe - was elected president of the Northern part of Haiti; while the South was led by Alexandre Petion . </li></ul><ul><li>October 8, 1820 : Christophe died. General Jean Pierre Boyer became president of the whole Haiti. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 10. <ul><li>July 1825: King Charles X of France tried to take control over Haiti again. </li></ul><ul><li>Under pressure, Boyer obtained official Haitian independence from France at the price of 150 million French francs – A debt that Haiti has been paying back ever since. </li></ul><ul><li>March 13, 1843: Boyer was overthrown. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 11. Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 12. <ul><li>Between 1843 and 1915 : Haiti had numerous coups d’etat – which is the sudden replacement of one government with another (sometimes with violence). </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 13. <ul><li>July 28, 1915 : The United States invaded Haiti. </li></ul><ul><li>August 14, 1934 : The United States left Haiti. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 14. OCTOBER 22, 1957: Dr. François Duvalier (“Papa Doc”), a doctor and union leader, was elected president. Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 15. <ul><li>Duvalier terrorized the country, rooting out any and all opponents to his administration. He had a private militia, the tontons macoutes (which means in kreyol, &quot;uncle boogeyman&quot;). They ensured his continued power in Haiti. </li></ul><ul><li>June 14, 1964 : Duvalier changed the constitution so that he could be elected president for life. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 16. APRIL 21, 1971 : Papa Doc died and was succeeded by his son Jean Claude, age 19 (also known as 'Baby Doc'). Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 17. <ul><li>February 7, 1986 : The Duvalier regime collapsed under Operation Deschoukay and Baby Doc fled to France. </li></ul><ul><li>August 3, 1990: </li></ul><ul><li>Adelmise Rosem é Warner immigrated to the United States. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 18. DECEMBER 16, 1990 : Jean-Bertrand Aristide (a religious priest) was elected President. Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 19. <ul><li>September 30, 1991: Military coup removed Aristide from power. The U.S. imposed an embargo on Haiti, for 3 years. Thousands of Haitians fled to the U.S.; most were returned. </li></ul><ul><li>October 15, 1994 : Aristide returned to Haiti to serve out his term of office, with the help of the U.S. military and U.N. troops. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 20. FEBRUARY 7, 1996 : René Préval became President of Haiti. Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 21. <ul><li>November 2000-   Aristide was re-elected President of Haiti. </li></ul><ul><li>February 29, 2004 - Aristide was forced out of Haiti with a military coup; he left for South Africa on a U.S. military plane. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 22. In the midst of civil unrest natural disasters have also devastated Haiti Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 23. <ul><li>September 2004: Hurricane Jeanne killed 700 Haitians </li></ul><ul><li>February 16, 2006 : Préval was re-elected President. </li></ul><ul><li>September 2008 : Hurricane Hanna killed 500. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 24. THE 7.1 THAT SHOOK HAITI <ul><li>On January 12, 2010 an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 hit Haiti, killing more than 200,000 people and leaving more than 2 million homeless (as of January 28, 2010), and thousands of structures destroyed in seconds. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 25. Earthquake Damage Outside of Port-au-Prince Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 26. <ul><li>The Enriquillo-Plaintain Garden fault system moved past each other in an east-west direction causing the energy release and the Haiti earthquakes. </li></ul><ul><li>The fault has been linked to some historical big ones in 1860, 1770, 1761, 1751, 1684, 1673 and 1618, though none of these has been confirmed in the field as associated with this fault, according to the USGS. </li></ul>Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 27. <ul><li>THE AFTERMATH </li></ul>
  • 28. The wreckage of the Sainte Rose de Lima Church in Leogane, Haiti, Wednesday, January 20, 2010. (The Church where I received my First Communion) Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 29. Haitian flag hangs on the ruins of the presidential palace Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 30. People look for bodies under the remains of a building Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 31. People walk amidst destruction on Delmas Rd – The Main Rd in POP Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 32. The rubble of a church where many people were killed (POP) Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 33. People walk past a building destroyed by the earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 34. Row of destroyed buildings after earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 35. Child washes his face at a makeshift camp at a fuel station Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 36. People walk past buildings that collapsed after the earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 37. People pick through the rubble of their homes after the earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 38. Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue team searches for survivors Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 39. People wander the streets in front of the remains of a boarding school Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 40. People carry the body of a man pulled out of the rubble Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 41. Canape Vert Slums are devastated after a major aftershock Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 42. A woman and her injured baby at a makeshift field hospital in POP Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 43. U.S. Army soldier carries child from helicopter for medical care Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 44. Boy stands near U.S. Army soldier guarding main hospital entrance Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 45. Children stand in a camp at a city park after earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 46. Boy carries clothes on his head in the rubble near National Cathedral Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 47. Displaced people erect tents in a soccer stadium after losing homes Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 48. Boy sleeping on a stone plaza across street from National Palace Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 49. Injured people waiting for medical help at a makeshift field hospital Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 50. An injured child waits to be taken to a hospital in Dominican Republic Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 51. A woman lays on a stretcher as she gets medical care Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 52. A young child lays on a stretcher as he gets medical care Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 53. A woman and her injured baby at a makeshift field hospital Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 54. A woman holds a child receiving medical care after earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 55. An injured woman and her friend at a makeshift field hospital Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 56. A woman faints in the arms of a medic in an emergency clinic Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 57. A woman receives medical care at a small clinic after the earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 58. Another woman receives medical care at a small clinic Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 59. Woman cries over her daughter Emanuela’s body who was killed Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 60. The body of Emanuela is placed in a coffin after she died Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 61. A coffin is carried past a burning building that was destroyed Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 62. People grieving after a relative was killed in the earthquake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 63. A woman cries for her boyfriend who was killed in their home Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 64. Two women hold each other outside of the American embassy Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 65. A woman prays in front of a Jesus statue next to destroyed Cathedral Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 66. A woman prays at prayer service outside destroyed main Cathedral Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 67. People reach out for food from U.N. World Food Program Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 68. Water, food and supplies delivered to Hospital by Save the Children Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 69. People reach out for water from the group Save the Children Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 70. ARC (Miami) volunteer comforts a baby who arrived from Haiti at Homestead Air Reserve Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 71. Canadian Red Cross Volunteer Eleanore Rose holds six-month-old Sebastian Joseph at Hospital Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 72. Haitian Red Cross volunteer Jean gives first aid to 1-mo-old Deborah, whose mom died in quake Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 73. Haitian Red Cross volunteer Sheila Gabriel visiting with Neley Forestal Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 74. Haitian Red Cross worker Edrist Pierre checks on Naika Docil at Hospital Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 75. American Red Cross volunteer Tara Alexander checks on Makinas Gorrio Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 76. On the USNS Comfort, a Creole-speaking ARC volunteer translate for service members/patients Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 77. President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama visited ARC workers Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 78. ARC President Gail McGovern visited Haiti to coordinate response efforts Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner
  • 79. AMERICAN RED CROSS THANKS YOU FOR SUPPORTING HAITI Prepared by Adelmise Rosemé Warner

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