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Helping Haiti to Rebuild After the 2010 Port-au-Prince Earthquake – UKNow (press release)


Helping Haiti to Rebuild After the 2010 Port-au-Prince Earthquake
UKNow (press release)
LEXINGTON, Ky. (Sept. 5, 2013) — A University of Kentucky College of Engineering professor and a graduate student visited Haiti over the summer to work on a project that will help engineers there develop more earthquake-resistant building designs.

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Haitian deputies suspend PM’s hearing to debate electoral law – Global Times


Haitian deputies suspend PM's hearing to debate electoral law
Global Times
Lamothe, who also serves as planning minister, was to explain how and where he spent 5 billion Haitian gourdes ($116.2 million) in emergency government funds after Hurricane Sandy hit the country in October, 2012. He was also going to be questioned ...

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Haitian Ambassador Visits LA Eatery – Precinct Reporter Group


Haitian Ambassador Visits LA Eatery
Precinct Reporter Group
Tigeorge's chicken restaurant in Echo Park was filled to capacity as Haitians gathered for a reception to honor their ambassador to the United States, His Excellency Paul G. Altidor.. The ambassador was appointed to the position in May 2012. Prior to ...

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Quadroons for Beginners: Discussing the Suppressed and Sexualized History of … – Huffington Post


Quadroons for Beginners: Discussing the Suppressed and Sexualized History of ...
Huffington Post
To a visitor to New Orleans in the 1810s and 1820s, there was no difference between the French-speaking free women of color born in the city and those who were Haitian refugees. A garbled, vaguely understood impression of the immigrant ménagère ...

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Dubai woman calls for help in building new school in Haiti – gulfnews.com


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Dubai woman calls for help in building new school in Haiti
gulfnews.com
The schools project may be Higgins' latest all-consuming passion but Haiti has been an on-going mission in her life, one that, by her own admission, turned her life upside down, one fine day, three years ago. “Once in a while something touches your life.

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Haiti – Social : Campaign of identification of Haitian of border areas – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Social : Campaign of identification of Haitian of border areas
Haitilibre.com
Members of the National Coordination of Network Border Jeannot Succès (RFJS) have launched a campaign of identification, in favor of Haitians living in the border areas around the theme "Gen yon pyès ki di ki moun ou ye, ki nasyonalite w, se yon dwa ...

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Haiti – Culture : Haiti mourns the death of Tony Moïse – Haitilibre.com


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Haiti - Culture : Haiti mourns the death of Tony Moïse
Haitilibre.com
Former Haitian saxophonist of the musical group "Les Shleu Shleu" Tony Moïse, 75, a native of Cotes de Fer, died due to cardiovascular problems. In a statement Josette Darguste, the Acting Minister of Culture, said she was afflicted by this cruel and ...

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