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By Sarah Anderson Hundreds of African-American men marched to the White House this past Sunday. They were not wearing hoodies in honor of Trayvon Martin. They were not making the “hands up don’t shoot” gesture in honor of Michael Brown. … Continue reading
This event didn’t get any significant network news coverage, however this is an significant event and hopefully will clear the way for relief money and reconstruction to begin in high gear. IMF Cancels Haiti’s $268 Million Debt – COLORLINES.
This is a shocking and disturbing story of the Haiti reconstruction. Humans can do better and treat each other better. Unfortunately, GREED is a human frailty Disputes Over Land Stall Haiti’s Recovery | News One.
This is an excellent and informative op-ed by former President Bill Clinton and the Haitian prime Minister, Jean-Max Bellerive. The reconstruction of Haiti will take time, however the money must flow for the reconstruction to take place. The red tape must … Continue reading
This is a stirring, personal account of Joel Dreyfuss’ visit to his homeland, 6 months after the earthquake. As always I try to offer as much information, about the reconstruction of our brother & sisters in Haiti. Lost in Port-au-Prince: Haiti, … Continue reading