Thanks for visiting Haiti Oprah. Your presence and concern for...

Paultre Pierre Desrosiers - December 17 2011, 9:49 AM

Thanks for visiting Haiti Oprah.

Your presence and concern for this land is a powerful symbol.

We appreciate every help that will follow.

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