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Jerry Wonda's Haiti Documentary Goes Public

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    Jerry Wonda's Haiti Documentary Goes Public

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    Two years ago, on January 12, 2010, Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis and Wyclef Jean, along with family and friends, heard the news that a devastating 7.0 earthquake had hit their homeland of Haiti. Within fifteen hours, they were on a plane for Haiti, hoping to offer any help and support that they could.

    Today, Jerry releases a documentary of the footage he shot with his handheld Flipcam during the days following the quake, hoping to keep the support for Haiti alive. Watch the 20-minute documentary below or at youtube.com/wondamusic

     

     

    "Regardless of how much time has passed, Haiti is continuing to suffer and this documentary will serve as a reminder that this tragedy cannot be forgotten. This is what we saw. Today, our people, Haiti, still need our help" - Jerry Wonda

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Vanessa Tara Angiuli's picture
on Jan 12, 2012

Retweet this using the tag #Remember Haiti

 

Two years ago, on January 12, 2010, Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis and Wyclef Jean, along with family and friends, heard the news that a devastating 7.0 earthquake had hit their homeland of Haiti. Within fifteen hours, they were on a plane for Haiti, hoping to offer any help and support that they could.

Today, Jerry releases a documentary of the footage he shot with his handheld Flipcam during the days following the quake, hoping to keep the support for Haiti alive. Watch the 20-minute documentary below or at youtube.com/wondamusic

 

 

"Regardless of how much time has passed, Haiti is continuing to suffer and this documentary will serve as a reminder that this tragedy cannot be forgotten. This is what we saw. Today, our people, Haiti, still need our help" - Jerry Wonda