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‘Haitian Temptation’ Will Get Nat’l Title Shot – Northland’s NewsCenter


'Haitian Temptation' Will Get Nat'l Title Shot
Northland's NewsCenter
Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) --- Duluth, Minn.-based professional boxer Al 'Haitian Temptation' Sands will fight next month for the vacant North American Boxing Association (NABA) U.S. Cruiserweight title, it was announced by Jungle Boy Boxing on Thursday ...

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Quinnipiac student returns to Haiti to help change lives, fight human trafficking – New Haven Register


Quinnipiac student returns to Haiti to help change lives, fight human trafficking
New Haven Register
HAMDEN >> When Nina Brandi left Haiti two years ago, she knew one day she wanted to return to shine a light on the Restavec Freedom Alliance, a group that works to stop human trafficking. And now, the Quinnipiac University student's personal experience ...

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Brazilian commander to take over Haiti UN peacekeeping force – MiamiHerald.com

Brazilian commander to take over Haiti UN peacekeeping forceMiamiHerald.comUNITED NATIONS -- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday appointed Lt. Gen. Jose Luiz Jaborandy, Jr., a Brazilian military commander, to head the peacekeeping mission in Hait...

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Chicago filmmaker experiences life in Haiti while documenting philanthropist’s … – Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago filmmaker experiences life in Haiti while documenting philanthropist's ...
Chicago Sun-Times
Filmmaker Jack Newell and veteran builder Tim Myers wondered those same things shortly after undertaking very different but long interrelated projects in the small and poverty-stricken Haitian town of l'Artibonite, about two hours south of the country ...

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Haitian Heritage Museum marks 10-year anniversary – The South Florida Times


Haitian Heritage Museum marks 10-year anniversary
The South Florida Times
Miami — When it was Haitian Heritage Museum Executive Director Eveline Pierre's time to speak at the museum's 10th anniversary gala, she gave a heartfelt speech about the future of the museum. Pierre announced that the museum has established an ...

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Int’l Women’s Day: Unity against racism, sexism, war and poverty – Workers World


Int'l Women's Day: Unity against racism, sexism, war and poverty
Workers World
Before the march began, a powerful women's assembly at the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Memorial paid homage to the 146 garment workers, mainly immigrant girls and women, who perished in a fire when bosses locked the exits in 1911. Speakers there stated ...

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