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Venezuela Chairs Committee on Draconian Anti-Haitian Citizenship Ruling – Venezuelanalysis.com


Venezuela Chairs Committee on Draconian Anti-Haitian Citizenship Ruling
Venezuelanalysis.com
It has been four years since Haiti was struck by the January 12 earthquake of 2010. While many mainstream newspapers try to whitewash the worst failures of the international community's reconstruction effort, the Center for Economic and Policy Research ...

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Developer Michael Capponi Helps Haiti Rebuild – Ocean Drive Magazine


Developer Michael Capponi Helps Haiti Rebuild
Ocean Drive Magazine
Michael Capponi in Haiti teaching the kids how to surf. Capponi founded his Haiti Empowerment Mission after seeing that country's devastation firsthand. On January 12, 2010, an earthquake devastated Haiti. Add to that a history of corruption, recent ...

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UN warns of surge in Haiti cholera deaths – The News International

The News InternationalUN warns of surge in Haiti cholera deathsThe News InternationalUNITED NATIONS: A United Nations envoy warned Wednesday that cholera deaths in Haiti will surge and spread to other countries unless more funds are found to battle the...

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Olivia Chow says ‘we can do better’ than Rob Ford, talks personal details … – MetroNews Canada


Olivia Chow says 'we can do better' than Rob Ford, talks personal details ...
MetroNews Canada
The personal—such as her father's increasing abuse when he couldn't find rewarding work as an immigrant in Toronto—is one with the political. When she writes about political goals she's fought for—such as school meal programs and multilingual 911 ...

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Local organization to ramp up citizenship prep for immigrants – The Recorder


Local organization to ramp up citizenship prep for immigrants
The Recorder
TURNERS FALLS — Marie Duteau was 22 when she moved from Haiti to the United States, and in the three decades since then she's built a family, career and life here. But it wasn't until October 2012, when the Turners Falls resident saw a sign for the ...

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Sean Penn’s homeless camp in Haiti clearing out – Kansas City Star


Kansas City Star

Sean Penn's homeless camp in Haiti clearing out
Kansas City Star
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — A country club golf course that became a refuge for tens of thousands of people left homeless in Haiti's capital by a 2010 earthquake is clearing out the remaining residents by this weekend. Ramon Espinosa, File | AP Photo FILE ...

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A Haitian artist fights to preserve the vodou religion – Public Radio International


Public Radio International

A Haitian artist fights to preserve the vodou religion
Public Radio International
Credit: Swoan Parker/Reuters. A vodou worshipper takes part in festivities on the first day of the Haitian Festival of Ancestors in Port-au-Prince. Erol Josué is a dancer, a recording artist, a vodou priest, and an expert on the vodou religion's ...

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