Friday, January 15, 2009

  • Brigadier General David H Berger, Director of Operations at U.S. Marine Corps Headquarters. He served in Haiti in 2004 during a period of civil unrest in that country and he's overseeing the 2200-member Marine Corps unit that's headed to Haiti.
  • Edwige Danticat, award-winning author, most recently of "Brother, I'm Dying"
  • Olivia Wilde, actress, "House" and activist, ArtistsForPeaceAndJustice.com

From the Web

Thursday, January 14, 2009

  • Tracy Kidder, Partners In Health
  • Michele Wucker, author, "Why the cocks fight: Dominicans, Haitians, and the Struggle for Hispaniola"
  • Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack
  • Tony Aiello, chief executive of mGive

From the Web

Wednesday, January 13, 2009

  • Brian Williams, anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News
  • Kerry Sanders, NBC News correspondent
  • Ann Curry, NBC's Today show
  • Al Roker, Weather Channel and NBC's Today show
  • Raymond Joseph, Haitian ambassador to the United States
  • Nan Buzard, senior director of international response and programs with the American Red Cross
  • Steve Clemons, The Washington Note

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  • Sophie Delaunay, executive director, Doctors Without Borders
  • Gordon Duguid, deputy spokesman, U.S. Department of State

From the Web

Tuesday, January 12, 2009

  • David Applegate, the senior science advisor for earthquake and geologic hazards at the U.S. Geological Survey
  • Michael Beschloss, presidential historian, NBC News
  • David Boies and Ted Olson, the attorneys challenging Prop 8

-------------------------------11 p.m. special coverage of Haiti earthquake

  • UNICEF President and CEO Caryl Stern
  • Marie Michel, a nurse from New York, was in Montagne Noir, a mountain suburb south of Port-au-Prince, for a funeral, on the phone with us from Haiti
  • Gordon Duguid, the U.S. Dept. of State, Deputy Spokesman
  • Luke Renner, Humanitarian worker, on the phone from Cap-Haitien
  • Amb. Raymond Joseph, of Haiti
  • David Applegate, the senior science advisor for earthquake and geologic hazards at the U.S. Geological Survey

From the Web

Monday, January 11, 2009

  • Tricia Rose, Professor and Chair, African American Cultural Politics and Gender Studies, Brown University
  • Chris Hayes, Washington editor, The Nation
  • Zach Roth, reporter, Talking Points Memo
  • John Dean, former White House legal counsel to President Nixon during the Watergate scandal

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