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Haiti – Diaspora Florida : Little Haiti inaugurates its church, Notre Dame d’Haiti – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Diaspora Florida : Little Haiti inaugurates its church, Notre Dame d'Haiti
Haitilibre.com
Saturday, Prime Minister, Laurent Lamothe, at the end of his international tour to attract new investment in Haiti, attended in Little Haiti, at the inaugural Mass of the Notre Dame d'Haiti Church. An opportunity for the Head of Government to ...

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Haiti – News : Some news here and there… – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - News : Some news here and there...
Haitilibre.com
Senator Moïse Jean-Charles says that the dialogue inter Haitian is manipulated by the international community to enable the President Martelly to complete his mandate "and hold the country in hostage." Moreover he described as Carnival the initiative ...

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The Aid Industry Failed Haiti After Its 2010 Quake – Daily Beast

The Aid Industry Failed Haiti After Its 2010 QuakeDaily BeastHaiti had extreme problems far pre-dating the quake that should have been central to the planning for any realistic solution. It had virtually no industry or exports, farmland destroyed by de...

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Boston Marathon bombing amputee reinvents her life – StarPhoenix


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Boston Marathon bombing amputee reinvents her life
StarPhoenix
It was on this spot where the world came to regard Daniel, a 31-year-old medical school graduate and Haitian immigrant, as a victim. "God bless you," a young guitarist told Daniel outside Marathon Sports, before quickly taking his song somewhere else ...

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Tamils’ Smuggling Journey to US Leads to Longer Ordeal: 3 Years of Detention – New York Times


Tamils' Smuggling Journey to US Leads to Longer Ordeal: 3 Years of Detention
New York Times
After contacting a wealthy smuggler known as Mohan, he left his wife and toddler and fled on a five-leg flight: Sri Lanka to Dubai to Moscow to Cuba to Haiti. In Haiti, he met Mohan, and the other Tamil immigrants who would become his companions in a ...

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Cook-off aims to help rebuild Haiti orphanage – Journal Gazette and Times-Courier


Cook-off aims to help rebuild Haiti orphanage
Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
(0) Comments. MATTOON — The youth director of the Salvation Army of Coles and Cumberland Counties held a fundraiser Friday night to help rebuild an orphanage in Haiti that was destroyed by the 2010 earthquake. Mindy Abbott-Willenborg, youth director ...

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Reading Neoliberal Anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic’s Immigration … – NACLA


Reading Neoliberal Anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic's Immigration ...
NACLA
In 2008, Juliana Deguis Pierre walked into a civil service office to obtain an identity card, but was denied because “her last names are Haitian.” She continued to be denied documentation and was even denied citizenship, although she was born in the ...

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Reading Neoliberal Anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic’s Immigration … – NACLA


Reading Neoliberal Anti-Blackness in the Dominican Republic's Immigration ...
NACLA
In 2008, Juliana Deguis Pierre walked into a civil service office to obtain an identity card, but was denied because “her last names are Haitian.” She continued to be denied documentation and was even denied citizenship, although she was born in the ...

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