Haitian-American Shares Family's Struggle
Last month, Haitians took to the streets, protesting the soaring food prices that, for many, are now out of reach.
But what do Americans of African and Caribbean descent do when they see suffering in the countries from which they or their parents hail?
Farai Chideya speaks with Haitian-born Marjorie Valbrun, a Washington D.C. journalist, about her family which is still struggling through the food crisis.
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