Morning Shows Cover Children’s Stories in Haiti

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Nearly half of Haiti’s population is made up of children, and each of the broadcast morning shows today aired segments addressing the issues many are facing.

After the jump, three reports this morning from ABC’s “GMA,” CBS’ “Early Show,” and NBC’s “Today” show that highlight the children of Haiti. Dave Price tours the wreckage with a 12-year-old girl, Ann Curry profiles the overcrowded child medical facilities, and in a follow-up to a report that aired last night on “Nightline“, Robin Roberts helps an Iowa couple search for their adopted child.

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