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Habitando

Arquitectura Sen Fronteiras Galicia

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Habitando é o podcast de Arquitectura Sen Fronteiras Galicia. Con Habitando pretendemos facerte chegar o día a dí­a da nosa organización, os proxectos que estamos a desenvolver, e sobre todo educar e sensibilizar no Dereito ao Hábitat.
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Fruitless

Josiah Sutton

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A series of conversations about history, politics, faith, media, and the internet hosted by Josiah Sutton. Aiming for at least two interviews and one bookclub episode per month. Artwork by Kipp Paulsen. More content can be found on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141
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35 West

Center for Strategic and International Studies

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The CSIS Americas Program podcast looks at the politics and policies of the 35 countries in the Western Hemisphere. It especially focuses on U.S. engagement with the region, whether on trade, diplomacy, or security issues like drugs and terrorism. Guests include top policymakers from the U.S. and other countries.
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Museums and Chill

ICOM - International Council of Museums

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Museums and Chill is a one-of-a-kind podcast, where museum practitioners and thinkers from all over the world will discuss their inspiration, strategies, innovations and challenges. Each of the episodes will be in a different language (English, French and Spanish)
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The Legal League

Yahima Morejon, Esq.

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A Podcast made by a lawyer, to explain, in a simple and brief way, how the legal system works in the United States.The attorney Yahima Morejon, Esq. shares her legal knowledge with all her listeners, to educate them on immigration, family, civil, bankruptcy, foreclosure and many more areas of the law.If you need legal help, do not hesitate to contact us at ymorejonattorney.com.Un Podcast hecho por una abogada, para explicar, de manera simple y breve, como funciona el sistema legal en los Est ...
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Everyday society depends more on electronics, social media etc, and by doing so they expose their private data to the public eye. Each Saturday, join Hackers Con Calle is a group of Cyber Security professionals dedicated to inform the audience of current trends and a how to protect the digital life.
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This podcast tells stories of individuals and groups changing their communities in innovative ways to inspire you to do the same as well as interviews with nonprofit professionals about developing your career in the public good.
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Alejandro Bermúdez, reconocido periodista católico, acompañado por un experto nos presenta temas de actualidad con la perspectiva de la enseñanza de la Iglesia Católica.
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Young and enthusiastic social science students who aim to restore the most valuable asset that society has: dialogue. This is an intellectual agora where we have conversations about all walks of political, economic, and social life.
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Music, sports, life, current events, pop culture, entertainment. Everything. The opinions are my own. I tell it like I see it. If you agree, or if you disagree, I welcome your feedback and commentary. Eventually, may start adding episodes of the radio show, Wes's Musical Meltdown, to the playlist. Or maybe just some of the voice breaks.
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Learning for Nature

Learning for Nature

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Learning for Nature is a premier e-learning platform of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). LfN’s podcasts feature conversations with Indigenous peoples and local communities that demonstrate exceptional achievements in promoting nature-based solutions for sustainable development. Join LfN’s virtual community working to advance sustainable development and explore other learning opportunities at learningfornature.org
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In a time of crisis and fast change, this podcast is a space to reflect and learn with change-makers working to tackle inequalities and injustice. We hear about the choices they make, the approaches they take, the obstacles they face and their hopes and dreams in making real change happen. As massive inequalities are threatening our societies and planet, join us to find out how to use this moment to turn the tide and shift power for a more just and equal world.
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Púlpito Reformado Diario

© Calvary Evangelistic Mission, Inc. Copying and sharing is encouraged.

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Este programa presenta la predicación del pastor Carlos Cruz Moya en la Iglesia Presbiteriana Reformada de San Juan. Para mas información, llama la iglesia a los (787)-649-8253 / (787) 410-7899 o visíte presbiterianareformadapr.org. Carlos Cruz Moya también es anfitrión del programa "Púlpito Reformado" en vivo los sábados a las 8 p.m. en La Roca. "Púlpito Reformado Diario" es presentado por su Cadena Radial la Roca, un ministerio de enseñanza bíblica bilingüe con sede en San Juan, Puerto Ric ...
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Camaraderie. Courage. Commitment. Join host and former firefighter/paramedic Phil Klein as he delves into the heroic and heartbreaking stories told directly by the men and women who work the front lines every day. Whether you’re a first responder or simply interested in the lives of first responders, Stories From the Road presents a captivating, weekly perspective into the unique world of public service as only those who have experienced it can share.
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Reimagining with Rayjon

Rayjon Share Care of Sarnia, Inc.

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International Cooperation in Haiti and the DR: Leaning into conversation with our Haitian and Dominican partners, and listening to their perspectives on urgent social justice issues, local solutions to sustainable development, human rights, and what a healthy partnership in international cooperation looks like. Join us as our guests share their lived experiences and insights into how we can, together, support lasting transformative and community-driven change. We’ll touch on themes of: anti- ...
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/veggies-derechos-103210759 Chris Barker and Josiah talk about "environmental history." We talk a bit about Guns, Germs, and Steel by Jared Diamond, the ecology o…
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Have you ever thought of museums as powerful tools for education and research? In this Museums and Chill Special we focus on this year's International Museum Day theme: Museums for Education and Research as we learn how museums can be powerful tools for education and research, especially for underserved communities with Heidi McKinnon, the inspirin…
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In 2023, U.S. trade with Mexico grew to nearly $800 billion, leading Mexico to surpass both Canada and China as the United States’ number one trading partner. While U.S.-Mexico trade has long been a pillar of North American economic competitiveness, Washington’s efforts to move trade away from China in favor of nearshoring and friendshoring in the …
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This is the audio for a video essay on YouTube. If you choose to listen here, you will only get half the experience. For the full experience, check out Fruitless on YouTube. The video essay: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_HQIbyJuuA The Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIZWDsDrQ0XvDQFWzE6s2gg…
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/103466040 Josh Boerman (@boshj, The Worst of All Possible Worlds) joins me on a last minute "emergency" episode about the Palestinian solidarity protests at Colu…
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On Sunday, May 5, Panamanians will cast their votes to determine the next president, as well as all members of the National Assembly. With a crowded field of candidates vying for the presidency, and only a single round to determine the victor, it promises to be a divided field. The elections are also taking place within a deeply polarized context, …
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/posts/people-who-eat-1-103024783 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/101162953 This is a part of a new monthly series on Fruitless called the Music Exchange (MX), featuring Josh Christianson. Every month, Josh and…
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Looking across the hemisphere today, crime and insecurity appears on the march, with transnational criminal groups ascendant from Mexico to the Caribbean and southern cone. In light of this, it is important to reflect upon the history of U.S.-LAC security cooperation, where we have seen two major, multi-year security initiatives launched and conclu…
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Tyler Stone (@TylerStoneArt) joins Josiah to discuss his work as a freelance paleoartist. Paleoart (scientific illustration of prehistoric life) is a field with an interesting relationship between art and hard sciences. They discuss this relationship and the nitty gritty of the business side of paleoart, before delving into the challenges of being …
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Wesley Klingele (@MannnMiami) joins Josiah to discuss his new short film, Somnium, and the artistic themes he finds compelling. They talk about dreams, coming of age in your 20s, how religion and spirituality intersects with film, slow cinema vs. montage, and Wes' connection to the Pacific Northwest. Special thanks to Phil Cozzi for providing the m…
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El Consul General Del Ecuador en Washington DC invita a los con nacionales Ecuatorianos a que voten. Este Domingo 21 de abril y que se acerquen a las urnas para el referéndum y consulta popular. Lugar fecha y hora de votación en el consulado. 11 preguntas en la papeleta electoral, los documentos que se pueden llevar el día domingo aparte que en may…
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¿Hablar de dinero con los niños? En el Mes de la Educación Financiera, Alfonso Guzman, Director Regional de Chase del Atlántico Medio, comparte su perspectiva sobre la importancia de hablar de dinero con los niños, y cómo explicarles para que desde una edad temprana comprendan los gastos que se realizan mensualmente y el costo monetario de los prod…
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In this episode of Museums and Chill we dive into the exciting world of Ki Culture, an organization bridging the gap between culture and sustainability. Join the conversation as they explore the role museums can play in fostering a more sustainable future and engaging with their communities in new and meaningful ways. Tune in to learn how museums c…
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Speaking Up For Safety Ep. 14 - DonorConnect Welcome to the latest installment of the Speaking Up for Safety podcast! Today, we are diving deep into the world of organ donation with our friends from DonorConnect. Joining us are Mark Dixon and Rufus Tolbert, ready to unpack all the essentials about organ donation: from the ins and outs of the proces…
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Semiconductors form the building blocks of modern digital life. Chips govern everything from missile guidance systems to the headlights in your car, and the fight for the cutting edge of this technology appears to be entering a new phase. The United States, in partnership with allies like Japan and the Netherlands, has sought to cut off China’s acc…
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This is the fourth installment of the Fruitless Bookclub, a show-within-a-show, featuring Chris Barker and Jake the Lawyer, where we read all those nonfiction books we've been meaning to read. Today's episode is about Ramp Hollow: The Ordeal of Appalchia by Steven Stoll. We talk peasants. We talk agrarians. We talk about peasants and agrarians gett…
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Alien aka Stewie Griffin DJ joins Josiah to discuss Synecdoche, New York and whether or not life is worth living. Happy Good Friday! Follow today's guest on Bluesky @stewiegriffindj.bsky.social Become a Fruitless Patron here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 Check out Fruitless on YouTube Find more of Josiah’s work here: https://linktr.ee/jo…
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/101162953 Josiah catches up with his brother, Caleb aka The Bog Hog. We talk about what we've been watching and listening to, and get a little into the history o…
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David Díaz Villegas chief of staff de la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Washington DC nos invita a la expo de negocios 2024 el jueves 28 de marzo en el convención center, 14 años haciendo esta Expo totalmente gratis. Puedes venir a registrarte directamente en el lugar desde las 9am- a las 5 pm. Como buscar ayuda para tu negocio, como obtener ayuda d…
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Les nouvelles qui arrivent d'Haïti ne sont pas bonnes : l'insécurité politique, la terreur des gangs, la crise humanitaire... Qu'est-ce qui se passe réellement ? Pourquoi tout ça se passe-t-il dans le pays? Y a-t-il des bonnes nouvelles ? Comment les Haïtiens peuvent-ils survivre ? Prospérer ? Quel chemin existe-t-il pour qu'Haïti puisse aller au-d…
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/101034575 Chris Barker returns to talk to Josiah about the war in Ukraine, reflect on the episode they did about the conflict in 2022, see what ways their views …
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Haiti’s years-long political and security crisis entered a new phase last week when Prime Minister Ariel Henry, Haiti’s acting head of state since the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse, announced his resignation. Now, Haiti faces a period of profound uncertainty, with a serious power vacuum in government, ascendant criminal groups within str…
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Este año por primera vez los residentes del Distrito de Columbia que no tienen la ciudadanía estadounidense podrán votar en elecciones locales. La organización comunitaria Trabajadores Unidos de Washington DC dirigida a trabajadores jornaleros, hace un llamado a los residentes del Distrito de Columbia a registrarse para votar. En entrevista el dire…
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Josiah is joined by Will Sloan (@WillSloanEsq, Important Cinema Club, Michael & Us) to discuss Motern Media and the artistic philosophy of Matt Farley and Charles Roxburgh. Follow today’s guest on Twitter. Check out the Important Cinema Club and Michael & Us Become a Fruitless Patron here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 Check out Fruitless…
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Este episodio de Museums and Chill es una reveladora exploración de la traducción de la definición de museo del ICOM a dos versiones de la lengua maya. También profundizamos en el complejo proceso de adaptación lingüística. Además, conocemos los grandes retos a los que se enfrentan las comunidades indígenas en el ámbito de los museos, especialmente…
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La clínica Mary's Center se ha unido al programa de investigación científica All of US orientado a estudiar los factores genéticos, el estilo de vida y cómo el medio ambiente influye en la salud, para poder prevenir y tratar enfermedades en un futuro. La meta del programa es alcanzar a un millón de participantes en todos los Estados Unidos, que est…
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Citizens from LAC countries have also played a more direct role in the conflict as foreign fighters for both sides. Neither Moscow nor Kyiv publish exact data on the number or nationality of LAC fighters who join their ranks, but estimates range from several hundred to more than a thousand fighters total spread across each front. On February 23, Ch…
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Speaking Up For Safety Ep. 13 - Women In Safety In this episode you will hear from esteemed members of the Women in Safety Steering Committee. These dedicated steering committee members will share insights, experiences, and expertise, providing valuable perspectives on navigating the dynamic landscape of safety leadership. The mission of the Utah S…
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El Director de Acción Comunitaria de la Clínica del Pueblo, Manuel Díaz Ramirez, conversa sobre cómo debemos abordar el tema del VIH para no afectar con nuestras palabras y actitudes a la personas con VIH. Marginalizar a alguien por el VIH tiene un impacto negativo en la comunidad y se convierte en una barrera para acceder al diagnóstico y el trata…
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El jefe de servicios médicos de la Clínica del Pueblo, Dr. Ricardo Fernandez, habla sobre el VIH. Las personas diagnosticadas no necesitan tener un seguro médico para acceder al tratamiento y los servicios de salud. La Clínica del Pueblo ofrece las pruebas de VIH gratuitas. Escuche aquí la entrevista,…
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/mumbling-safdies-99383330 Dylan Weaver (@DJWeaver29, WODFAMCHOCPOD) joins me in a final defense of Mumblecore (I promise I'll drop this subject next month) by di…
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Josiah is joined by AJ Ditty (@thefuzzymask, The Worst of All Possible Worlds) to discuss The Puffy Chair (2005) and how Mumblecore can actually be pretty good sometimes. Follow today’s guest on Twitter. Check out The Worst of All Possible Worlds Become a Fruitless Patron here: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 Check out Fruitless on YouTube …
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Dans le dernier épisode de Museums and Chill, nous avons eu le plaisir d'interviewer M. Ibrahim Tchan, directeur de l'écomusée Tata Somba, le premier musée écologique d'Afrique de l'Ouest. Au cœur de notre discussion, M. Tchan a partagé les initiatives de développement durable du musée, soulignant l'importance de la collaboration avec la communauté…
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On Sunday, February 4, Salvadorans headed to the polls to cast their votes in what virtually all analysts predicted would yield a landslide victory for incumbent President Nayib Bukele. However, official confirmation of Bukele’s victory was interrupted as the president declared the opposition was “pulverized” before the final transmission of the vo…
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Ante el potencial incremento indiscriminado de los alquileres en el condado de Prince George's, debido a que la estabilización de la renta temporal se vence en abril, vecinos de Langley Park y miembros de CASA piden a las autoridades del condado que se extienda la medida. María Esther Cáceres entrevista a Lidia Rivas de CASA y a Susana Barrientos d…
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No solo mantenerse pero también crecer es uno de los desafíos que enfrentan las empresas latinas que han sobrevivido a los años del Covid-19. Amilcar Ayala, gerente de relaciones comerciales de JPMorgan Chase, nos habla sobre las estrategias y recursos para promover el crecimiento de los pequeños negocios. Escuche la entrevista aquí,…
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THIS IS A PREVIEW. IF YOU WANT TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE, CHECK OUT FRUITLESS ON PATREON HERE: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=11922141 EPISODE ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/posts/98462326 Francis Cooper (@AttnFrancis) joins me to talk about how he ended up at a Jimmy Dore show and the strange political comedy he witnessed. Music by SHADE0…
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Josiah is joined by Finch (@santo_pinzon, Mammonburg) to talk about Society of the Snow (2023) and the discourse around the film in the Spanish-speaking world. Finch’s essay about the film and Catholic spirituality on Substack: https://jmkazmierczak.substack.com/p/a-voice-cries-out-in-the-wilderness Follow today's guest on Twitter @santo_pinzon Che…
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This is an unlocked episode from the Fruitless Patreon, originally published 1/12/2024. Enjoy! James Eric (@cigarette_liker) joins Josiah to talk about Idiocracy (2006). Yes, it's a eugenicist movie. Yes, it is a product of the smug, upper class liberalism of the Bush years, and it was popular during the resurgence of that sentiment during the Trum…
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Last month, Ecuador was rocked by a series of attacks carried out by members of criminal gangs. Over the course of two days of grueling violence, inmates rioted and took over prisons, gangs detonated car bombs across the country, and armed gunmen even stormed a live television broadcast in the violence-wracked city of Guayaquil. Then a few days lat…
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Josiah is joined by Luke Savage (@LukewSavage, Michael & Us, Jacobin) to reflect on the last fifteen years of U.S. electoral politics in light of the current election year: the failures of the Obama administration, the hyperpolitics of the Trump administration, and the attempted 'return to normalcy' of Biden's first term. Follow today's guest on Tw…
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News reports from Haiti aren’t good: political insecurity, gang terror, humanitarian crisis… What’s really happening? Why is it happening? Is there any good news? What are average Haitians to survive? To thrive? What path forward exists for Haiti to rise about the news headlines and claim her right to a better future? How can caring Canadians actua…
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