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Haiti Earthquake (2010)

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  • South Windsor Haiti School

    South Windsor Haiti School
    Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world. In 2010, about 88% of their rural population was at poverty level after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck. Hundreds of thousands were killed and, as a result of the tragedy, people from all over the world responded with help including South Windsor resident Dr. Saud Anwar. 
  • Kenneth Cole works with sandal artisans from Haiti

    Kenneth Cole works with sandal artisans from Haiti
    On the 5th anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti, designer and activist Kenneth Cole has announced the launch of a limited-edition sandal collaboration with artisans from the Carribbean island nation. Cole says he recently visited the Deux...

    Election deal reportedly reached in Haiti

    Election deal reportedly reached in Haiti
    After days of negotiations, the president of Haiti and opposition leaders have reportedly reached a deal aimed at ending a political impasse that had delayed elections and threatened the fragile nation’s recovery from a catastrophic 2010 earthquake....

    Crucial deadline looms in standoff over Haitian elections

    A stubborn stalemate threatening the stability of Haiti approached a decisive deadline Monday as protesters demanded the president’s removal and authorities continued to resist holding legally required and long-overdue elections. In a country...

    testing changes

    testing changes
      Hey Jason,   I’m not able to duplicate the problem. I use a mac and Word/Outlook 2011. I’m not seeing the paragraph tags in the content. Can you send me some examples? This problem seems to be a whack a mole problem. It seems to come...