In 2010, when an earthquake devastated Haiti killing nearly a quarter-million and leaving millions more injured and homeless, author Mitch Albom ("Tuesdays With Morrie") traveled to Port-au-Prince to try to help, and found children huddling in an orphanage. And while many people say they will come back to a disaster site and never do, Albom did, time and again, bringing volunteers from Detroit who rebuilt the orphanage and built a new school. But Albom also brought back home a little girl, Chika, who helped create a family with Albom and his wife, Janine Sabino, inspiring his latest book, "Finding Chika." Nancy Giles reports.
Air Date: Nov 3, 2019