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James Madison’s Dalembert changed by Haiti earthquake, for better and worse – Washington Post


James Madison's Dalembert changed by Haiti earthquake, for better and worse
Washington Post
That was five years ago in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Looking back, Dalembert knows now the earthquake was the worst thing that happened to him — and the best. It prompted his move to the United States, where he discovered basketball and in short order ...

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Haitian protesters march to demand lower gasoline prices – Yahoo News


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Haitian protesters march to demand lower gasoline prices
Yahoo News
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — At least 6,000 protesters marched through Haiti's capital Saturday to demand lower gas prices and the ouster of President Michel Martelly. The protest in Port-au-Prince remained peaceful overall although police briefly ...
Police in Haiti fire tear-gas at protesters seeking ouster of governmentThe Independent
Patrick Moynihan: U.S., Canada should bail out HaitiThe Providence Journal

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Protesters march in Haiti capital to demand lower gasoline prices, call for … – Fox News


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Protesters march in Haiti capital to demand lower gasoline prices, call for ...
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – At least 6,000 protesters marched through Haiti's capital Saturday to demand lower gas prices and the ouster of President Michel Martelly. The protest in Port-au-Prince remained peaceful overall although police briefly threw ...
Haiti Demonstrators Protest Against Gas Prices in CapitalABC News
Patrick Moynihan: U.S., Canada should bail out HaitiThe Providence Journal

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Small sandal business attracts big attention – Orlando Sentinel

Orlando SentinelSmall sandal business attracts big attentionOrlando SentinelIn January 2010, a week and a half after a catastrophic 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, Colombino left her Winter Park home and caught a flight to the epicenter of the disaster. A...

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LPS teachers collect school supplies for trip to Haiti – Hometownlife.com


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LPS teachers collect school supplies for trip to Haiti
Hometownlife.com
Livonia Public Schools teachers Mary Helen Diegel, Joan Haber and Victoria Haber will be taking much-needed supplies to the House of Hope Orphanage in Montrois, Haiti, in June. The women are working in conjunction with House of Hope Orphanage's ...

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Britt church women make items for Haitian girls – Mason City Globe Gazette


Mason City Globe Gazette

Britt church women make items for Haitian girls
Mason City Globe Gazette
BRITT | A group of women from St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Britt are helping girls from Anse Rouge, Haiti, miss fewer days of school each month. Girls often miss five days of school each month in Anse Rouge because they don't have proper feminine ...

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Binghamton woman’s faith consoled in hard times – Press & Sun-Bulletin


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Binghamton woman's faith consoled in hard times
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Born to Italian immigrant parents in Binghamton, Florence lived on Pine Street with them and two siblings. She attended Christopher Columbus School with a girl who would become a lifelong friend, Mary Vallone Fiacco. As Mary continued her studies at ...

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