Haitilibre.comHaiti - Health : End of Phase I of the reconstruction of HUEHHaitilibre.comAt the end of Phase I of the reconstruction of the Hospital of the State University of Haiti (HUEH), whose 60% of the infrastructure was destroyed during the earth...Read More »
Salinas High FFA dazzles Haitian visitorsThe Salinas CalifornianEight senior administrators from Haitian agricultural and education ministries arrived at the Salinas High School farm on River Road Friday afternoon and were given a tour of the animal re...Read More »
Maryville-based ministry seeks to care for child slaves in HaitiMaryville Daily TimesAndrea Brewer, one of the founders of Reach Haiti Ministries, talks to a crowd of about 100 at Vienna Coffee concerning the need to build an orphanage in Haiti to care...Read More »
New York TimesLeslie Manigat, Overthrown in a Coup in Haiti, Dies at 83New York TimesLeslie F. Manigat, a prominent political figure in Haiti who as its president in 1988 was overthrown in a bloodless military coup after serving in office for less than...Read More »
Tune-Yards at Glastonbury 2014 review – Haitian rhythms and siren noises
Tonight's show involves Haitian rhythms and siren noises (as produced by Garbus's supernatural vocal chords for the opening of Gangsta), but often her lo-fi sound gets lost in the mix. As with Jeffrey Lewis or Daniel Johnston, there are certain artists ...
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Former Haiti President Leslie Manigat dead at 83
Former Haitian President Leslie Manigat, who took power in a controversial military-organized 1988 presidential election only to be ousted 4 ½ months later, would regularly ask visitors to his modest Port-au-Prince home, “Do Haitians really want change?
Haiti Ex-President Leslie Manigat Has DiedABC News
Leslie Manigat | Former Haitian leader, 83Philly.com
Former Haitian president Leslie Manigat dead at 83Reuters
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Haitian Official Signs Agreements to Fight Racism and Racial Discrimination in … – Atlanta Black Star
Atlanta Black StarHaitian Official Signs Agreements to Fight Racism and Racial Discrimination in ...Atlanta Black Starhaiti At the Washington, D.C., headquarters of the Organization of American States, Duly Brutus, the minister of foreign affairs of Ha...Read More »
Migrant children border crisis draws Huntsville student missionary group to Texasal.comHUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- A Huntsville-based student missionary team has made its way to Brownsville, Texas, this week to provide comfort and counseling to thousands of...Read More »
St. Petersburg woman trying to raise money for school, orphanage in Haiti
ST. PETERSBURG — Four years after an earthquake devastated Haiti and destroyed a school and orphanage built by a St. Petersburg woman, the children still live and learn in a makeshift structure without running water.