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Still Committed to Haiti – New York Times


Inter Press Service

Still Committed to Haiti
New York Times
The United States and so many of our partners have not forsaken Haiti. We know that business is unfinished; reconstruction and development will continue for many years. But we owe it to the people of Haiti to recognize the enormous challenges they have ...
Four Years After Haiti's Earthquake, Still Waiting for a RoofInter Press Service
Who Actually Lives in the Houses Built After Haiti's Earthquake?Global Voices Online
Living in Limbo: A Day at Haiti's Gaston Margron Tent CampIndependent European Daily Express

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Questions Linger over Haiti Housing Projects – Inter Press Service

Inter Press ServiceQuestions Linger over Haiti Housing ProjectsInter Press ServicePORT-AU-PRINCE, Jan 20 2014 (Haiti Grassroots Watch) - Four years after the Jan. 12, 2010 earthquake, questions continue to haunt the four main post-disaster housing proj...

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Pope appoints first Haitian cardinal – MiamiHerald.com

Pope appoints first Haitian cardinalMiamiHerald.comThe appointments of Bishop Chibly Langlois, 55, of Les Cayes, Haiti, and Archbishop Leopoldo Jose Brenes, 65, of Managua, Nicaragua, were announced on Jan. 12, by Pope Francis. The two, who have visite...

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Too early for Haiti pullout – Toronto Star

Too early for Haiti pulloutToronto StarAs a university student who has closely followed the Haiti earthquake crisis and relief campaign over the past four years, I could not agree more. Yes, the $680 million that Canada has spent on Haitian aid has bee...

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Four Years After Haiti’s Earthquake, Still Waiting for a Roof – Inter Press Service


Inter Press Service

Four Years After Haiti's Earthquake, Still Waiting for a Roof
Inter Press Service
She is still living in a tent camp four years after Haiti's earthquake. Credit: Milo Milfort/IPS. Carrefour, HAITI, Jan 20 2014 (IPS) - Mimose Gérard sits in her tent at Gaston Margron camp, surrounded by large bags filled with plastic bottles. She ...

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Local Haitian faithful cheer naming of cardinal – Boston Globe


Boston Globe

Local Haitian faithful cheer naming of cardinal
Boston Globe
BROCKTON — When Pope Francis announced the appointment of Haiti's first cardinal a week ago, news that typically travels through official channels arrived in very personal ways to many members of the local Haitian community. Madeleine Clement got a ...

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The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard – The Atlantic


The Atlantic

The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard
The Atlantic
White fears were further fed by a string of slave rebellions, from present-day Haiti to Nat Turner's Virginia. For many whites, these seemed to confirm not the injustice of slavery ... Meanwhile, at the other end of the social spectrum, immigrant ...

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The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard – The Atlantic


The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard
The Atlantic
White fears were further fed by a string of slave rebellions, from present-day Haiti to Nat Turner's Virginia. For many whites, these seemed to confirm not the injustice of slavery ... Meanwhile, at the other end of the social spectrum, immigrant ...

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