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Recent Rowlett HS graduate helps Haitian children stay cool – Star Local Media


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Recent Rowlett HS graduate helps Haitian children stay cool
Star Local Media
Like all Caribbean nations, Haiti is known for its hot and humid tropical climate – especially in Pwoje Espwa, an orphanage that supports over 300 children, many of them made homeless by the earthquake of 2010. After learning that this year's AT&T ...

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Recent Rowlett HS graduate helped Haitian children stay cool – Star Local Media

Star Local MediaRecent Rowlett HS graduate helped Haitian children stay coolStar Local MediaRecent Rowlett HS graduate helps Haitian children stay cool. Like all Caribbean nations, Haiti is known for its hot and humid tropical climate – especial… Faceb...

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Many Hands for Haiti Color Blast Adds Dogs and Bikes – KNIA / KRLS Radio


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Many Hands for Haiti Color Blast Adds Dogs and Bikes
KNIA / KRLS Radio
Emily Van Gent with Many Hands for Haiti tells KNIA/KRLS News they are expanding the annual Color Blast 5K to include bikes and man's best friend, with the Bike Blast and Bark Blast events. Executive Leader Tim Brand says proceeds benefit the Many ...

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Haiti Yard Sale – Richmond.com

Haiti Yard SaleRichmond.com20th Annual Haiti Yard Sale is HUGE and has a variety of items of interest to just about everyone! Vintage & collectibles; row boat & outside tools; $5 bags of clothing - your choice of everything from newborn to XXL;...

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Palm Harbor organization provides love for Haiti – Tampa Bay Newspapers

Tampa Bay NewspapersPalm Harbor organization provides love for HaitiTampa Bay NewspapersPALM HARBOR – A child that received a severe burn on his arm can go to the burn clinic for treatment. Families have safe homes to sleep in at night. They have meals...

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Miami Artist Nadia Wolff Explores Haitian Identity And Class In New Work – WLRN


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Miami Artist Nadia Wolff Explores Haitian Identity And Class In New Work
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She talked to WLRN's Nadege Green about her work and how Haitian culture inspires it. WLRN: What inspired this installation? WOLFF: The installation was inspired by my first trip to Haiti. I had never been before and my family is Haitian. So the trip ...

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