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Napa Valley teens help build Haitian orphanage – Napa Valley Register


Napa Valley teens help build Haitian orphanage
Napa Valley Register
For a group of Napa Valley teens working in a remote mountain village in Haiti last month, the most difficult part wasn't getting up at 6 a.m. to carry concrete blocks and buckets of cement up three flights of stairs, or making a hill disappear one ...

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Chantal Passes Dominican Republic, Skirts Haiti – TIME


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Chantal Passes Dominican Republic, Skirts Haiti
TIME
(PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti) — Tropical Storm Chantal skirted the southern coasts of the Dominican Republic and Haiti on Wednesday, losing force but still posing a flood threat to some of the region's most vulnerable people. The storm was no longer ...
Chantal dissolves but remains a wet threat for HaitiMiamiHerald.com
Tropical Storm Chantal nears Dominican Republic, Haiti, creating flooding fearsFox News
Tropical Storm Chantal dissipates in CaribbeanUSA TODAY
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Haitian migrants taken into custody in Martin County – TCPalm


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Haitian migrants taken into custody in Martin County
TCPalm
Martin County Sheriff's Office officials have taken into custody 11 Haitian refugees, including nine adults and two children, who came ashore early Thursday on Hutchinson Island. Initial reports indicate they were dropped off by boat during predawn ...
Haitian migrants detained in Martin CountyWPTV
Haitian Immigrants in CustodyWJNO

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Georges Laraque ready for his next fight as a Green Party candidate – Macleans.ca


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Georges Laraque ready for his next fight as a Green Party candidate
Macleans.ca
But within a year he'd joined the Green Party of Canada, and shortly after, the first-generation Canadian of Haitian immigrant parents was introduced as the party's deputy leader. Now Laraque is gearing up to run in his first election. Liberal MP Denis ...

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Made in Haiti, Dumped in Haiti: Slave Labor and the Garment Industry – Center for Research on Globalization


Made in Haiti, Dumped in Haiti: Slave Labor and the Garment Industry
Center for Research on Globalization
PORT-AU-PRINCE—In Haiti, people wear T-shirts bearing unlikely English messages: “We're the 2% who don't care,” says one; a respectable-looking grandmother dons a T-shirt emblazoned with “Crack is Whack!”; a little boy without shoes or pants wears a ...
Haiti: Tourism Ministry and OAS sign agreement to promote importance of tourismDefend Haiti
Haiti, OAS Sign Tourism AgreementCaribbean Journal
Why Poor Haitians End Up Wearing Obnoxious American T-ShirtsJezebel

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Flight engineer took on Japanese fighters – West Orange Times

Flight engineer took on Japanese fightersWest Orange TimesBorn to immigrant parents on April 14, 1918, in Middleboro, Mass., he completed his Air Force basic training at Langley Field in Virginia. Basic training only lasted a few ... From California, t...

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George Mason University offers course on ‘Trevon’ Martin – Daily Caller


George Mason University offers course on 'Trevon' Martin
Daily Caller
Raul Labrador takes on entire MSNBC panel on immigration · Texas teen makes violent joke during video game, is jailed for months · George Mason University offers course on 'Trevon' Martin · Breathtaking footage of wife meeting with fake hit man to plan ...

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