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Wrongful conviction, genocide docs among MacArthur grantees – Realscreen


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Wrongful conviction, genocide docs among MacArthur grantees
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The selected projects receive no-strings-attached grants from $50,000 to $225,000 and generally tackle a range of pressing social issues, such as immigration, genocide and education. “MacArthur's media grant-making supports work that combines ...

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Recovery and Renewal in Haiti – Huffington Post


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Recovery and Renewal in Haiti
Huffington Post
Four years ago this week, Haiti was hit by a devastating seven magnitude earthquake. It leveled the capital and killed an estimated 100,000 to 150,000 people. When I visited a year ago, many people were still living in tent camps, and the presidential ...
Museum exhibit focuses on Haiti earthquakeNIU Today
IOM optimistic Haiti's tent camps can close by mid-2015Thomson Reuters Foundation
Haiti encounters hope, challenges four years after devastationCatholic News Agency
DVIDS -The Nonprofit Quarterly
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4 Years Later: Haiti’s Progress Not Always Visible to the Naked Eye – Huffington Post


4 Years Later: Haiti's Progress Not Always Visible to the Naked Eye
Huffington Post
Sunday was the four year anniversary of the tragic Haiti earthquake that took the lives of hundreds of thousands, left so many more with serious injuries, and quite literally reduced much of the capitol city of Port-au-Prince to rubble. Thirty-five ...

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A big voice and a big heart for Haiti, in Montclair – NorthJersey.com


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A big voice and a big heart for Haiti, in Montclair
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When she was a little girl in Gonaïves, Haiti, Emeline Michel would sing so loudly after school her mother would say, "I am paying you to be quiet." Emeline Michel, who headlines the 5th Annual Concert for Haiti on Saturday, Jan. PHOTO COURTESY OF ...

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Haitian boatpeople stopped near Puerto Rico, ‘set sail from Dominican Republic’ – Dominican Today


Haitian boatpeople stopped near Puerto Rico, 'set sail from Dominican Republic'
Dominican Today
AGUADILLA, Puerto Rico - US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Border Patrol and Air & Marine Agents apprehended 17 Haitian nationals Wednesday that reached Mona Island Tuesday. Park Rangers from the Puerto Rico Department of Environmental ...

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Haiti – Social : GARR concerned by the joint statement of January 7 – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Social : GARR concerned by the joint statement of January 7
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GARR believes it is important that meetings are carried out between the authorities of both countries to the island around issues of common interest or topic can hinder good neighborly relations. "However, it is inconceivable that both sides begin to ...

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Haiti: Three Years On, Duvalier Prosecution Stalled – Human Rights Watch

Haiti: Three Years On, Duvalier Prosecution StalledHuman Rights WatchIt appears that the Haitian authorities have no intention of carrying out thorough investigations into Duvalier-era abuses. The judicial process has stalled, denying victims of his re...

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Haiti marks fourth anniversary of quake that killed 250000 – Tico Times


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Haiti marks fourth anniversary of quake that killed 250000
Tico Times
Haitians attend a mass Jan. 12, 2014 at a church under construction adjacent to the Cathedral of Port-au-Prince, to commemorate the 4th anniversary of a magnitude-7.0 earthquake that hit Haiti in 2010. Four years later, the dragging pace of ...
Four Years and a Day: Remembering the Victims of Haiti's EarthquakeHuffington Post
In Post-Earthquake Haiti, a Forgotten Island Is Left to Recover On Its OwnBoise Weekly
Haiti - Religion : The President Martelly personally thanked the Pope FrancisHaitilibre.com
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Four years after the Haiti earthquake, what have billions in US aid bought? – GlobalPost


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Four years after the Haiti earthquake, what have billions in US aid bought?
GlobalPost
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — In the four years since Haiti's disastrous earthquake, the United States has promised $3.6 billion in aid, at least $2.8 billion of which has already been spent. Has it helped? GlobalPost examined more than one dozen studies ...
Haiti's first cardinal-designate highlights nation's strugglesCatholic News Agency
Four Years and a Day: Remembering the Victims of Haiti's EarthquakeHuffington Post
In Post-Earthquake Haiti, a Forgotten Island Is Left to Recover On Its OwnBoise Weekly

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