July 4, 2010 6:12 AM

Haiti quake also shaking up traditional view of women

In the months since the Haiti earthquake claimed an estimated 300,000 lives, women have been on the front lines of Haiti's reconstruction. They buried the dead, tunneled through the rubble for foreign rescue teams and cleared debris from hundreds of blocked roads. In the process, they're challenging women's traditional role in Haiti's macho society.

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