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Solar (em)powered: Partnerships benefit Haitians, Hoosiers

It started as an attempt to reconnect with her heritage and lead to a commitment to fight for sustainable social change in her mother’s...

Dominican Republic strips thousands of black residents of citizenship, may now expel them

In 2013, the constitutional court of the Dominican Republic announced a decision that stripped an estimated 210,000 people — about 2 percent of the island...

Indiana Churches Join Efforts for Haiti

INDIANAPOLIS—Representatives from over 30 churches and organizations will make a check presentation to the disaster relief organization Convoy of Hope at a special worship...

Baptists giving $50 million toward Haiti

Leaders of some of the largest predominantly black Baptist organizations plan to announce that they will contribute $50 million toward rebuilding Haiti, following the...

Twitter becomes fundraising tool for Haiti

When the earthquake hit Haiti, Brenda Tassava, CVPM, sprung into action. Tassava, the hospital administrator at Broad Ripple Animal Clinic and Wellness Center in...

Twitter becomes fundraising tool for Haiti

When the earthquake hit Haiti, Brenda Tassava, CVPM, sprung into action. Tassava, the hospital administrator at Broad Ripple Animal Clinic and Wellness Center in...

Kirk Franklin presents Artists United for Haiti

As gospel music artists recently gathered in Nashville, Tenn. to celebrate the biggest and brightest at the 25th Stellar Awards, they also came together...

Haiti crisis unites Black baptists

Baptist groups in the United States have launched urgent funding appeals for earthquake relief in Haiti. The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has directed more than...

Garcon hears from family after Haiti disaster

Indianapolis Colts receiver Pierre Garcon was contacted by some family members in Haiti and received some good news. U.S. national soccer team member Jozy...

Two Wishard paramedics making plans to travel to Haiti

Two paramedics from Wishard’s Level 1 Trauma Center are making plans to travel to Haiti to aid in recovery after a 7.0-magntitude earthquake struck...
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