Thursday, February 4, 2010 – Globe and Mail
ANNA MEHLER PAPERNY
CALEBASSE, HAITI — This is the town that sent its children away.
Its subsistence vegetable plots are all but destroyed; its buildings reduced to debris. If it was poor before the earthquake, it is desperately so now.
And the parents of Calebasse say they were just trying to do what was best for the kids they can no longer feed when they gave them to a group of American Baptists arrested for trying to spirit the 33 children across the border.
Many of them say they would try the same thing again.