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Haiti Earthquake (2010)

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  • American Eagle Outfitters' T-shirt designed to help rebuild schools in Haiti

     
    Jan. 12 marks one year since a devastating earthquake shook Haiti and American Eagle Outfitters has created a “Help Haiti Heal” T-shirt that the company says were made in Haiti. American Eagle Outfitters, which is generally known as a mall......
  • 2010 is over: Top 10 lists are not

     
    Christianity Today magazine's January issue has its own list of the Top 10 news stories that shaped or will shape “evangelical life, thought or mission.” 1. Relief aid to Haiti following the earthquake, but the debate over “armature&#...
  • United Methodists mark first anniversary of Haiti earthquake

     
    To commemorate the one-year anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010, the United Methodist Church is reminding people that much work remains to be done in Haiti and there are ways they can help. An advertising campaign running through Jan....
  • ShelterBox Donors Helping Haitian Families Rebuild Their Lives

     
    On Tuesday, January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked the Caribbean island of Haiti. An estimated 230,000 people lost their lives and 1.5 million …...
  • First Academy students stage tribute to Haiti

     
    The First Academy's  Thespian Group will mark the first year anniversary of the tragic Haiti earthquake on Wednesday with a free production of the student-written one-act play “Dear Haiti.” Students from the First Academy, affiliated with...
  • Haiti quake: A year later, journalists look back

     
    On Jan. 12, 2010, a massive earthquake devastated Haiti, killing more than 300,000 people. A year later, Times journalists who covered the disaster shared their recollections and reported on what life is like in Haiti today. In a front-page article......
  • The Sanford airport, the Haiti earthquake and your money

     
    Last weekend, I penned a column about how much federal money  the Sanford airport requested for helping tend to thousands of evacuees from the Haitian earthquake. It was a lot — more than $580,000, which was more than quadruple what Mia...
  • Monster Mash: L.A.'s planned Plaza de Cultura y Artes hits a snag; playwright Romulus Linney dies

     
    Complications: Officials have halted some excavation on the site of the planned La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in downtown L.A., following complaints about the removal of skeletal remains that have been unearthed there. (Los Angeles Times) Veteran dramatist:...
  • The Conversation: The unpredictable Golden Globes

     
    Forget the razzle-dazzle of Angelina Jolie's and Anne Hathaway's sequin dresses, or even who won awards at Sunday's Golden Globes. Two days later, people are still talking about the program's most unexpected moments. And by moments, we do mean Ricky......
  • Will Jean-Claude 'Baby Doc' Duvalier catch the first plane out of Haiti?

     
    Tuesday's editorial about Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier's surprise return to Haiti said bluntly that the former dictator should get the heck out of town before he creates more chaos and corruption on the island already desperate for help. And it......
  • It’s Zora Neale Hurston Festival time

     
    My colleague Kelly Fitzpatrick has put together a guide to this year's Zora! Fest, which shines its artistic spotlight on Haiti, a year after that nation's devastating earthquake. This year's Zora! Fest — officially the Zora Neale Hurston Festival...