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Helping in Haiti

Helping in Haiti  Statesboro Herald NGO fights poverty in Haiti through mentorship & job training  CGTN America (blog) Full coverage

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One Million Meals Peterborough steps up for Haiti – Globalnews.ca


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One Million Meals Peterborough steps up for Haiti
Globalnews.ca
Around 500 volunteers worked a Saturday shift on the assembly line at the Peterborough Sport & Wellness Centre putting together 150,000 food packages for people living in Haiti. “It's a soy rice casserole. It's vegan formula, eaten by all cultures ...

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Haitian Compas Festival announces its Hall of Fame and Living Legend Honorees – South Florida Caribbean News

South Florida Caribbean NewsHaitian Compas Festival announces its Hall of Fame and Living Legend HonoreesSouth Florida Caribbean NewsMIAMI – The Haitian Compas Festival proudly announces the creation of the first of its kind, Hall of Fame. Each inducte...

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Haiti Police Arrest Suspects Who Say They Murdered Journalist Legagneur – Voice of America


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Haiti Police Arrest Suspects Who Say They Murdered Journalist Legagneur
Voice of America
Haiti's National Police spokesperson told VOA Creole Friday that they have two suspects in custody who say they were involved in the murder of journalist Vladjimir Legagneur, who disappeared on March 14. Legagneur left home on a reporting trip in Grand ...

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There’s more to Haiti than Port-au-Prince — and Spirit wants to take you there – Miami Herald


Miami Herald

There's more to Haiti than Port-au-Prince — and Spirit wants to take you there
Miami Herald
Northern Haiti's travel market just got some competition. Spirit Airlines is bringing its stripped-down “bare fare” to Cap-Haïtien, Haiti's second largest city, where American Airlines has held a monopoly since it inaugurated a 7,500-foot runway nearly ...

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‘The World Is Before You, and You Need Not Take It or Leave It as You Came In,’ Says Hess Scholar-in-Residence … – BC Hot News


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'The World Is Before You, and You Need Not Take It or Leave It as You Came In,' Says Hess Scholar-in-Residence ...
BC Hot News
“What I share with you is part of an ongoing exploration for me . . . about certain issues and struggles that connect different people in the African diaspora, both in pain and jubilee,” said Haitian-American author and activist Edwidge Danticat, who ...

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Haitian Times Roundup – Apr. 6 – Haitian Times

Haitian TimesHaitian Times Roundup – Apr. 6Haitian TimesOn March 23, 5th Street between Euclid Avenue and Lenox Avenue in Miami-Dade County was designated Joseph Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne Street. The bill to name the street after the late Haitian si...

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