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  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
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  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
  • Photo Credit: Miss Universe
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A Gallery Of Miss Haiti, Lisa Drouillard

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  • SARODJ BERTIN, 2010
  • CHRISTIE DESIR, 2014
  • CHRISTELA JACQUES, 2012
  • ANEDIE AZAEL, 2011
  • MONDIANA PIERRE, 2013
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A Look At The Past Miss Haiti Universes

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Why FHA Loan Is The Way To Go For Prospective Haitian Home Owners
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Why FHA Loan Is The Way To Go For Prospective Haitian Home Owners

By Amanda Rosenblatt

The Haitian population in America is steadily growing. As of 2009, the Census Bureau stated New York had the second largest population of Haitian Americans, with an average of 0.3 percent of Haitians living in each state of America.

With more Haitian families laying down roots in America, many are considering pursuing home ownership in the face of rent prices increasing with each passing year.

Take a look at the below q&a on how the HUD FHA home loan program can make your home-ownership dreams come true.

Haitian-based Organization Highlights Positive Work In Haiti
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Haitian-based Organization Highlights Positive Work In Haiti

By Carlotta Mohamed

Launched two years ago by Shari Ruppert and her colleague Alice Smeets, Association Colibri strives for Haitian and international groups to operate as a community, focusing on people who are working to make progress in Haiti’s recovery before and after the devastating 2010 earthquake.

Under their umbrella organization Association Colibri, Ruppert and Smeets created Project Nou Pou Nou (We For Us) tracks and documents positive case stories and exemplary projects initiated by Haitian citizens that are not reported by the media. The project has been very successful with stories published in the Haitian media, becoming a series of documentary shorts.

4 Questions With New Xavier University President
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4 Questions With New Xavier University President

What led you to pursue your career?

It was passion that led me to my career; passion that was nurtured and not allowed to wither.

I am forever grateful to those who fed those small flames. I have always loved science and its methods of discovery. Even at a young age, I dismantled toys and discarded devices seeking to comprehend their inner workings. The toys were most often mine but at times they were those of my siblings. Nurturing this inner passion was the encouragement of my parents. They taught us to value all learning and knowledge, whether in the art and letters, in politics, history, biology or astronomy.

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