- Miami New Times6 days ago
Several organizations for the past six years have been working to combat this division, particularly within the framework of Basel season. In 2011, Art Africa began to carve out space for art ...
- Newsday5 days ago
Long Islanders took a bus from Farmingville to Washington, D.C., for an immigrant-rights rally on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017. There are two focuses, said Francis Modi, manager of advocacy for the ...
Chef Jose Andres has enlisted celebrity chefs and called for volunteers to help serve thousands of meals to victims of the southern California wildfires.
- NBC Miami3 days ago
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A Long Island woman says she now has the courage to come forward – inspired by other alleged victims across the country to share her troubling story of alleged sexual harassment in the workplace ...
Siblings Urline and Nevie have been worrying every day since Nov. 20 about their future, how they will support their families here and in Haiti and what they would do if the U.S. government ...
- WBAY Green Bay6 days ago
Action 2 News has reported on its missions in Haiti, hurricane relief in Texas and New Orleans, and the annual holiday dinners the church sponsors.
- San Jose Mercury News5 days ago
The Haiti quake killed an estimated 200,000 people.
- Greenwich Time3 days ago
Standing with his attorney Matthew Maddox, Barthelemy, 39, made not guilty pleas to two counts of failure to appear in court he was arraigned on a month ago after he was extradited from Haiti ...
- US News & World Report2 days ago
In Haiti, Guatemala, and Zambia, she's helped fit children and adults with hearing aids.