Archive for May 9th, 2017

Former Vikings Jack Brewer, Byron Chamberlain Give Back to Haitian Community

May 9, 2017
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Former Vikings Jack Brewer, Byron Chamberlain Give Back to Haitian Community

Photos by Karston Tannis Jack Brewer has long-enjoyed spending time giving back in Haiti, but bringing along former Vikings teammate Byron Chamberlain made his most recent trip that much more special. Brewer (2002-03) and Chamberlain (2001-02) recently returned from a Global Ambassadors tour to the Caribbean country. While the trip marked Chamberlain’s first to...
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Les coups bas de la Natcom contre l’Etat

May 9, 2017
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Les coups bas de la Natcom contre l’Etat

La compagnie de téléphonie mobile, NATCOM devrait verser 250 000 dollars américains chaque année à l’Etat haïtien, actionnaire minoritaire au sein de ladite entreprise. Prétextant une faillite frauduleuse la NATCOM n’a pas honoré ses obligations depuis 5 ans. En même temps, l’entreprise affiche des bénéfices régulièrement et envoie à la compagnie mère, Viettel basée...
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POOR, ABUSED, BLACK CHILDREN IN HAITI DON’T MATTER TO FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY

May 9, 2017
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POOR, ABUSED, BLACK CHILDREN IN HAITI DON’T MATTER TO FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY

By CYRUS SIBERT: Child protection advocates urge Juanita James, Fairfield University commencement speaker, to use her bully pulpit to advocate for immediate mental health treatment for children in Haiti who were sexually abused on Fairfield University’s watch / Children in poverty stricken Haiti deserve no less care and attention than children in affluent Fairfield...
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AP Exclusive: US Wants Tally of Haitian Immigrants’ Crimes

May 9, 2017
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AP Exclusive: US Wants Tally of Haitian Immigrants’ Crimes

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS May 9, 2017 WASHINGTON — The Trump administration is taking the unusual step of hunting for evidence of crimes committed by Haitian immigrants as it decides whether to allow them to continue participating in a humanitarian program that has shielded tens of thousands from deportation since an earthquake destroyed much of their country....
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