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In a Hungry City on Pause, Grocery Workers Take Stock and Press on
Immigrant Voices, Special Reports

In a Hungry City on Pause, Grocery Workers Take Stock and Press on

This story was originally published on March 29, 2020 by THE CITY Juan Martinez, 38, finds himself an unlikely soldier on…

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Haiti Since the Earthquake: A Decade of Empty Promises
Haiti, Haiti Earthquake: 10 Years Later, Latest News, Special Reports

Haiti Since the Earthquake: A Decade of Empty Promises

While daily life in Haiti has always been difficult for most Haitians, the past 18 months on the island have been particularly hard. As the country finds itself in the throes of a fluctuating political, economic and social crisis, the capital city has been virtually paralyzed, with schools, businesses, and banks closed for days, if not weeks, at a time.

This was not the Haiti anyone had hoped for 10 years after the disaster.

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