Earthquake in Haiti: One Month Later

Today I’m posting a roundup of links related to the Haiti earthquake.  Many bloggers and activists are now focusing on the country will rebuild.  It may not be front and center news anymore, but these efforts will go on for many years to come.  Bloggers can play a big role in helping keep awareness up.

How to rebuild Haiti by Robert B. Zoellick

Mourners gather in Haitian capital one month after deadly quake on CNN

What if Haiti’s Earthquake Hit the U.S.? by Te-Ping Chen,

Hope for Haiti proves Telethons still work in the text era on TunedIn, a blog about television by TIME’s TV critic James Poniewozik

Haiti Earthquake: One Month Progress Report from the American Red Cross

Honoring the lost, rebuilding from the rubble by Helen Hawkings, Oxfam International blogs

To Help Haiti & Others, Companies Need to Get off Their Assets by Joe Waters, Causeshift

Haiti relief underscores deeper needs by Todd Cohen, Inside Philanthropy