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Earthquake

Inside Scoop TV Shows Sun 01/24 thru Mon 01/25

by: Used2Bneutral

Sun Jan 24, 2010 at 14:56:13 PM EST

Inside Scoop Sunday
January 24, 2010 from 6:30 to 7:30 PM Eastern Time
"The EmeraldPlanet - The Haitian Ambassador"

Dr. Sam Hancock will host this show on the best practices and new areas of the "Green Movement" and ecology.  Tonight Dr Sam has some very special guests:
    His Excellency Raymond Alcide Joseph, Haitian Ambassador &
    The Hon. Mrs. Lola Poisson, Wife of Ambassador Joseph, Embassy of Haiti;
    Dr. Arthur B. Keys, President, International Relief & Development;  and
    Lindsay Mattison, Executive Director, INTERNATIONAL ACTION

It is with great humility that the Inside Scoop Team and specifically the "EmeraldPlanet" sequence gets to introduce four internationally recognized experts on Haiti and redevelopment efforts in at-risk nations.  The entire world is focused upon the plight of Haiti, its vibrant people, the current humanitarian crisis, and the next steps towards building a modern Haiti.  The United Nations, among other international organizations, have estimated 200,000 citizens considered lost, possibly 500,000 plus maimed or injured, and another one and one-half million plus displaced out of a 7.5 million population.  For a poor and impoverished country the scope and scale of the destruction and loss of life is beyond human comprehension. More below the fold.



Inside Scoop Monday
January 25, 2010 from 7:00 to 8:00 PM Eastern Time
"Mark travels to New York for meetings with the Networks"

Our national and international politics host, Mark Levine, will be missing this week as he is in active discussions with the national networks based out of New York. The actual show is still as of this post TBD, but there will be a show.
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