“Haiti One Year Later” by Jeremy Rumnit

One year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, Jeremy looks into why the tragedy should still matter to Brooklyn teens like him.

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11 Responses to “Haiti One Year Later” by Jeremy Rumnit

  1. robert says:

    man so true so true

  2. kenya bryan says:

    thats so sad, he knows a person that dies in haiti, and that was a family member. but good job on your radio post.

  3. Amanda says:

    stop playin w/ the voice thing , and it so so sad =( , but STOP! i am so serious (lmaoo )

  4. jeremy rumnit says:

    greetings my creatures of the night..its i Jeremy i am highly proud of my work and i am glad that I’m the face of radio b.c.a.m. Also i hope the lives that was lost in the earthquake will rest in peace…. also thanks Mr.Mendola
    Your truly Jeremy..ours truly this life..

  5. kurt-- says:

    This is a good topic for some one to listening to because it is important it sad for a person to die a lot of people lost they house from the earth quake.

  6. Andrea says:

    Thiss earthquake got me scared thou i thought the world wass endingg 0_0

  7. jeremy rumnit says:

    btw my creatures of the nite i am extremely excited that im on the cover of radio b.c.a.m ….well who else would be a better choice…than me the whole damn show
    anyways…Haiti will over come!!
    your truly jeremy ours truly this life….
    p.s look for me on youtube about my thoughts on japan..

  8. Nigel johnson says:

    that was sad story do but it was a good story .i help hope that guy do good.

  9. Jonathan says:

    haiti is a true story many people are still alive but some are cause by death but us is helping them by rebuilding their home

  10. Ms. Starks says:

    Jeremy I liked how you were able to interview someone who personally lost a family member.Great job reminding everyone about Haiti’s earthquake,I’m sure a lot of people forgot.

  11. great job, jeremy! you shared some important ideas about why we should still remember the earthquake in haiti, and even talked to people it affected to drive your point home.

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