Haiti

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An Orchard Park woman is responding to the recent expletive President Trump used to describe African nations. WBFO's senior reporter Eileen Buckley says eight years ago she adopted her son from Haiti.  

Updated at 12:45 p.m. ET

One day after President Trump referred to African nations as "shithole countries," adding that the U.S. should want immigrants from countries such as Norway rather than from Haiti or El Salvador, the countries that came in for the president's criticism are offering some responses of their own.

National Public Radio

Ten campuses in New York's public university system are part of a project to establish a sustainable village and learning community in Haiti.

Tracy Bramwell

It's one of the most poverty-stricken places on earth, with weather, earthquakes and politics making bad things worse. Several local organizations work in Haiti, especially in the southern peninsula, hammered by Hurricane Matthew in October.

WBFO file photo

As Hurricane Matthew sweeps through Haiti, the regional branch of the American Red Cross is playing a role in relief efforts.