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Reimagine Haiti: A Pasco Woman’s Misson To Change Malnutrition In Haiti – KVEW


Reimagine Haiti: A Pasco Woman's Misson To Change Malnutrition In Haiti
KVEW
When Brittany got to Haiti she started working in an orphanage and that's where she developed her passion for malnourished children. "So many times a mother would knock on our door and she had this child in her arms, it was so malnourished, on the ...

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COLUMN: Twenty-five years after the Berlin Wall came down – The Rome Observer


COLUMN: Twenty-five years after the Berlin Wall came down
The Rome Observer
But she is African-American only the way I'm European-American. If we must hyphenate, as an immigrant from Haiti, she is Haitian-American. I've only known a few immigrants from Haiti, far too few to generalize. But they were all first class citizens. I ...

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‘Haiti cannot wait 40 years’ to eliminate cholera, warns UN envoy as response lags – UN News Centre


UN News Centre

'Haiti cannot wait 40 years' to eliminate cholera, warns UN envoy as response lags
UN News Centre
13 November 2014 – The top United Nations coordinator for cholera response in Haiti says support for initiatives to combat the disease has been “disappointing,” noting that while it may be possible to eliminate cholera in about a decade, at the current ...

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Sixth graders connect with Haitian students – Journal-Eureka

Journal-EurekaSixth graders connect with Haitian studentsJournal-EurekaAbout 90 Anamosa sixth graders and a handful of Anamosa High School students talked to a classroom of Haitian students in a Skype call at the public library Nov. 6. The Haitian clas...

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Have a Taste of the Haitian and West African Food From Le Marecage – Village Voice (blog)


Have a Taste of the Haitian and West African Food From Le Marecage
Village Voice (blog)
"My husband used to be a chef at the French Culinary Institute," says Ivrose. "I'm a nurse by training. We wanted to open a restaurant where people come and eat what we eat every day at home. My husband is from the Ivory Coast, and I am from Haiti, and ...

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Republicans hope Utah woman’s win is watershed moment for party – Florida Courier


Florida Courier

Republicans hope Utah woman's win is watershed moment for party
Florida Courier
GOP strategists hope Love will help lure African-American and immigrant voters from their traditional ranks — the Democratic Party. Their argument: She's a new-generation voice who's proud to be both a Black woman and a fiscal conservative, not to ...
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Haiti – Tourism : Things are moving everywhere ! – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Tourism : Things are moving everywhere !
Haitilibre.com
At the 19th Annual Caribbean International Business Conference which was held at the Bahamas last November 6 to 9, http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-12468-haiti-news-some-news-here-and-there.html Ms. Émilie Jessy Menos, the Secretary of State for ...

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Haitian art exhibit and sale to raise funds for needs local and distant – Herald-Mail Media


Haitian art exhibit and sale to raise funds for needs local and distant
Herald-Mail Media
The local congregation adopted a small church in Haiti called St. Etienne Episcopal Parish three years ago after an earthquake devastated the area, Chaney said. The congregation of St. John's has raised funds to help rebuild the Haitian church and its ...

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