Tag: Hurricane Matthew

The night Barbuda died: how Hurricane Irma created a Caribbean ghost town | The Guardian Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return">The night Barbuda died: how Hurricane Irma created a Caribbean ghost town | The Guardian Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return

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Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return
The night Barbuda died: how Hurricane Irma created a Caribbean ghost town | The Guardian Two and a half months after Barbuda was battered by 185mph winds, the island remains ruined and largely uninhabitated. Now locals are questioning if people will ever return" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

The Caribbean is being killed: Time to fight back | San Francisco Bay View A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region.">The Caribbean is being killed: Time to fight back | San Francisco Bay View A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region.

Caribbean, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Matthew, Natural Disasters, Hurricanes, Barbuda, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region.
The Caribbean is being killed: Time to fight back | San Francisco Bay View A while back, people might have argued that this was a statement of journalistic exaggeration, a way to grab the reader’s attention by fear mongering, but today it is an unfortunate statement of fact when one looks around the region." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Haiti: 3 months after Hurricane Matthew, 7 years after the earthquake – Relief Web Hurricane Matthew was the first Category 4 storm to landfall in Haiti in 52 years, creating the worst humanitarian crisis in the country since the 2010 earthquake. At least 546 people died and the lives of 2.2 million people were affected.">Haiti: 3 months after Hurricane Matthew, 7 years after the earthquake – Relief Web Hurricane Matthew was the first Category 4 storm to landfall in Haiti in 52 years, creating the worst humanitarian crisis in the country since the 2010 earthquake. At least 546 people died and the lives of 2.2 million people were affected.

Haiti, Hurricane Matthew, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
Hurricane Matthew was the first Category 4 storm to landfall in Haiti in 52 years, creating the worst humanitarian crisis in the country since the 2010 earthquake. At least 546 people died and the lives of 2.2 million people were affected.
Haiti: 3 months after Hurricane Matthew, 7 years after the earthquake – Relief Web Hurricane Matthew was the first Category 4 storm to landfall in Haiti in 52 years, creating the worst humanitarian crisis in the country since the 2010 earthquake. At least 546 people died and the lives of 2.2 million people were affected." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Post-hurricane Haiti, Unfiltered

Hurricane Matthew, Haiti, Hurricane Victim, African American News, KOLUMN Magazine, KOLUMN
Port-au-Prince -- As I made my way through Haiti in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, which killed hundreds and devastated parts of the impoverished island, I aimed to show exactly what I saw, without any filter of distance. You can’t but feel the grief, anger and pain when you see scenes like this, when a natural catastrophe takes away from those who already have so little in this world.
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