This video is called Occupation in Haiti Today Part 1.
This is Part 2.
From the BBC:
Deadly school collapse in Haiti
A school has collapsed in a suburb of the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince, killing at least 30 people and trapping an unknown number under the rubble.
Hundreds of rescuers are working to free people from the wreckage of the school in Petionville, where some 700 children are educated.
At least 25 people have been brought to hospital, some seriously injured.
Relatives of pupils missing inside the three-storey building were crying and screaming outside.
The school, La Promesse College, is located in Petionville, described by The Associated Press as “a relatively affluent suburb” of the capital. …
Wendell Theodore, a correspondent for Haiti’s Radio Metropole, reports that the second floor of the school was still under construction when it fell in.
“There are two floors that were packed with children,” he told French radio station France Inter.
“The third [second, in English terms] floor was still under construction, construction that wasn’t complete of course. Several people agree that this could be behind today’s accident.”
Haiti has been a occupied country ever since the United States drove away its elected president. The occupiers care about neocolonial control. Not about poor Haitians having to eat mud instead of bread. Not about lack of construction rules protecting children´s lives from corporate greed.
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