From the Globe & Mail’s excellent Project Jacmel, one of Haiti’s young filmmakers deserves a break from hardship.
“I feel I’ve lived some really bad times, but I found something good in those bad times,” he said.
“I want to show the world what happens when people live such hard times.”
I have some ideas of where this extra wheat can go.
“It’s a mammoth surplus [of wheat] and we have to get rid of it …,” said Bill Gary, the president of Commodity Information Systems in Oklahoma City.
“Experts say it will be difficult to feed [the six hundred thousand people who fled Port-au-Prince]. Food prices are high….”