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Haitian activists call on United States to halt deportations – Reuters

MiamiHerald.comHaitian activists call on United States to halt deportationsReutersA report released on Thursday from law centers at the universities of Miami and Chicago describes how Guerrier, 34, died of cholera in the Haitian jail after being expose...

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Study, Activists: Stop U.S. Deportations To Haiti – WLRN

Health News FloridaStudy, Activists: Stop U.S. Deportations To HaitiWLRNAfter the deadly 2010 Haiti earthquake, the United States halted all deportations to the island nation. One year later, deportations resumed to Haiti amid a deadly cholera outbreak...

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Shippensburg U. Haiti service project continues over winter break – The Sentinel


Shippensburg U. Haiti service project continues over winter break
The Sentinel
SHIPPENSBURG – Students and faculty from Shippensburg University traveled to a Haitian village last month to begin a multi-year project to build a medical facility. But the small town's residents weren't the only ones who benefited from their visit ...

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Black in Time: Purvis Young exhibit, visitors center, bus tour and Black Tech … – MiamiHerald.com

MiamiHerald.comBlack in Time: Purvis Young exhibit, visitors center, bus tour and Black Tech ...MiamiHerald.comTour stops will include Coconut Grove, Brownsville, Liberty City and Lemon City/Little Haiti. Riders will learn about the historic past and c...

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56 of the most powerful Reuters photographs ever taken – Business Insider


56 of the most powerful Reuters photographs ever taken
Business Insider
A Haitian suspected of being a multiple assassin for exiled president Jean Bertrand Aristide's Lavalas party is detained in Petit Goave in 2004. The man was detained by armed citizens of Petit Goave who proceeded to stone him and then burn him alive.

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Uruguay in Haiti: The Poorest President of a Mercenary Army? – Center for Research on Globalization

Center for Research on GlobalizationUruguay in Haiti: The Poorest President of a Mercenary Army?Center for Research on GlobalizationFor 10 years, Uruguay has maintained troops in Haiti as part of the United Nations police and military occupation force ...

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Review: ‘Little Children Dream of God,’ a Drama of Haitian Refugees – New York Times


New York Times

Review: 'Little Children Dream of God,' a Drama of Haitian Refugees
New York Times
The presence, or absence, of a presiding deity may be a question we all ponder from time to time, but it's a matter of daily significance in “Little Children Dream of God,” a warm and fanciful drama by Jeff Augustin about a Haitian immigrant trying to ...

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From Haiti’s Earthquake To Ebola, He Had 5 Busy Years At USAID – NPR (blog)


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From Haiti's Earthquake To Ebola, He Had 5 Busy Years At USAID
NPR (blog)
How's this for a tough first week on the job: An earthquake rocked Haiti just five days after physician Rajiv Shah took over as head of the main U.S. agency for overseas disaster relief. The death toll was about 200,000. The U.S. was scrambling to ...

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