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Haitian Times Morning News Roundup – Feb. 2
Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times Morning News Roundup – Feb. 2

Haiti’s women’s under-20 soccer team makes history, qualifies for World Cup Haiti’s teen women’s soccer team made history this week when it qualified for the country’s first FIFA Women’s Under-20 World Cup berth. READ MORE Haiti has development lessons for Jamaica Robert Paret, CEO of Haitian investment bank ProFin, based in Port-au-Prince, says that his…

Support Groups Can Lighten The Load For Caregivers
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Support Groups Can Lighten The Load For Caregivers

For caregivers of those living with Alzheimer’s, their loved one’s memory loss usually starts with small things, like forgetting how to use the coffee maker or the remote control.  People with Alzheimer’s usually struggle to recall recent events and memories.  However, as the disease progresses, those living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia may…

TPS Announcement: Financial Advice For The Possibility Of Relocation
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TPS Announcement: Financial Advice For The Possibility Of Relocation

Trump has recently signed off to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for thousands of Haitians living in New York, Boston and Florida. The controversial move has shocked many Haitians, especially families with US-born children, but it means many Haitians now face the possibility of deportation in the coming months. The future for tens of thousands of people…

Haitian Times Morning News Roundup – Jan. 31
Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times Morning News Roundup – Jan. 31

Haitian-American pols: Civil rights for Haitian immigrants The legislators said on Friday that their demand comes amid recent remarks by US President Donald J. Trump, who reportedly referred to Haiti and African nations, in a recent White House meeting with US lawmakers, as “shithole countries.” READ MORE Haitians in legal ‘limbo’ deserve a solution, Archbishop…

Haitian Times Morning News Roundup – Jan. 23
Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times Morning News Roundup – Jan. 23

Haitian Artist Fabiola Jean-Louis Speaks About Rewriting History in New Bklyn Conversation Series Fine artist Fabiola Jean-Louis, who has gained national recogntion with her life-size paper gowns, talked about her journey as an artist, her creative process and her exhibition ‘Rewriting History.’ READ MORE Anti-Trump Protest In Haiti Temporarily Shuts US Embassy The U.S. Embassy…

Anti-Trump Protest in Haiti Temporarily Shuts US Embassy
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Anti-Trump Protest in Haiti Temporarily Shuts US Embassy

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — The U.S. Embassy in the Haitian capital closed Monday as demonstrators gathered outside to protest President Donald Trump. More than a 1,000 people marched toward the embassy. They were prevented from reaching the gates by barricades set up by Haitian police. Officers in helmets and carrying shields eventually fired several rounds…

Great Storing Ideas for Moms
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Great Storing Ideas for Moms

Does your home need a bit of an organizational overhaul? If you ask most moms, they will tell you that tackling the mess at home can be a major project. If you have kids, it can really be daunting to keep their toys from accumulating in the living room or all over the house; but…

Tips to Combat Debt Head On
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Tips to Combat Debt Head On

The level of consumer debt in countries around the world has grown over the years, and has been of concern for some time. Many people find themselves with thousands of dollars of credit card debt and other financial commitments that they are struggling to pay. As a result of the level of consumer debt a…

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