I just wrote I was only going to add new sites to The Best Sites To Learn About The Earthquake In Haiti if they were truly exceptional, and I have just discovered three that fit that definition. They are:
The New York Times has finally joined most other major news organizations and created a separate page for their multimedia productions on the earthquake, and they’re superb.
Just about everything in the media is highlighting the horror of the earthquake, and the misery of Haiti’s past. Here are two sites where teachers can find important and positive aspects of the Haitian tradition that can help students understand it’s important past:
Haiti in Ink and Tears: A Literary Sampler is from The New York Times.
Haiti: A Poor Country With A Rich Culture is from National Public Radio.