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Four Years After Haiti’s Earthquake, Still Waiting for a Roof – Inter Press Service


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Four Years After Haiti's Earthquake, Still Waiting for a Roof
Inter Press Service
She is still living in a tent camp four years after Haiti's earthquake. Credit: Milo Milfort/IPS. Carrefour, HAITI, Jan 20 2014 (IPS) - Mimose Gérard sits in her tent at Gaston Margron camp, surrounded by large bags filled with plastic bottles. She ...

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Local Haitian faithful cheer naming of cardinal – Boston Globe


Boston Globe

Local Haitian faithful cheer naming of cardinal
Boston Globe
BROCKTON — When Pope Francis announced the appointment of Haiti's first cardinal a week ago, news that typically travels through official channels arrived in very personal ways to many members of the local Haitian community. Madeleine Clement got a ...

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The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard – The Atlantic


The Atlantic

The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard
The Atlantic
White fears were further fed by a string of slave rebellions, from present-day Haiti to Nat Turner's Virginia. For many whites, these seemed to confirm not the injustice of slavery ... Meanwhile, at the other end of the social spectrum, immigrant ...

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The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard – The Atlantic


The Racially Fraught History of the American Beard
The Atlantic
White fears were further fed by a string of slave rebellions, from present-day Haiti to Nat Turner's Virginia. For many whites, these seemed to confirm not the injustice of slavery ... Meanwhile, at the other end of the social spectrum, immigrant ...

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In Haiti, music is in the air as pre-Carnival celebrations, jazz fest start … – MiamiHerald.com


In Haiti, music is in the air as pre-Carnival celebrations, jazz fest start ...
MiamiHerald.com
PORT-AU-PRINCE -- Carnival may be more than a month away, but that's not stopping Haitians from launching the party early. A week after marking the fourth anniversary of Haiti's tragic Jan.12, 2010, earthquake during which their singer-turned-president ...

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Haiti – Boxing : Jean Pascal probable opponent of Adonis Stevenson… – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Boxing : Jean Pascal probable opponent of Adonis Stevenson...
Haitilibre.com
Saturday in Montreal at the Bell Centre in front of over 20,000 spectators, the former heavyweight champion of the world (19 June 2009 to 21 May 2011) of the WBC (World Boxing Council), Jean Pascal, Québécois of Haitian origin (born October 28, 1982 in ...
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On whose side is the Haitian Government? – Jamaica Observer

On whose side is the Haitian Government?Jamaica ObserverIn September 2013, the Dominican constitutional court, in a ruling which violates the very constitution to which the court owes its name, stripped away the citizenship of more than 250,000 Dominic...

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Pa. sisters behind Haitian Families First charity – Washington Times


Pa. sisters behind Haitian Families First charity
Washington Times
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Four years after Jamie and Ali McMutrie flew 54 orphans out of an earthquake-flattened Haiti into the international spotlight, those events are still outshining the sisters' current mission to keep Haitian families together. The ...

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

Haitilibre.comHaiti - News : Some news here and there...Haitilibre.comThe Embassy of Haiti in Venezuela seeks artists... The Embassy of Haiti in Venezuela is seeking painters, musicians and Chef to provide support to the cultural week 2014 it organizes...

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9 Charged In Killing Of Haitian Journalist – Huffington Post


9 Charged In Killing Of Haitian Journalist
Huffington Post
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Nine people have been charged in the 2000 killing of one of Haiti's most renowned journalists, marking a major step forward in a high-profile case that has dragged on for years. A judge's report, read aloud in the Court of ...

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