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32 Seconds to Destruction

Port of Prince, Haiti

Some say 29 seconds others say 32 seconds to flatten a city of 2 and 1/2 million people. The dust still swirls in the air. The decomposing bodies under each structure are mummified in the held off rains that are soon to come in mid-February. Aftershocks continue to show their unbridled sovereignty over the land.

Categorized in these topics: Hunger Internally Displaced People Kolo Trauma Format Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Social Memory Weather Women's Trauma Issues


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