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  • Many In Haiti Remain Homeless Fours Years After Massive Earthquake

    Jan 14, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *(Via NPR) – Four years ago this past Sunday, a 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti, destroying its capital of Port-au-Prince and killing more than 200,000 people. Today, much of Port-au-Prince looks like it did before the quake. Most of the tent camps in the city itself are gone, and streets are loaded with overcrowded buses and […]

  • Video: Candice Anitra Debuts ‘Today’ a Song Inspired by the Haitian Earthquake

    Jan 12, 12 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *NYC –  Philly born/Brooklyn based singer/songwriter Candice Anitra has put the finishing touches to eagerly awaited sophomore project  ‘Big Tree’ which sees a release on March 28th, 2012 world-wide. One of the songs off the danceable/soul endeavour was inspired by the devastating Earthquake in Haiti.  The song “Today” marks 2 years later and addresses mother […]

  • Photos: Naomi Campbell’s Pop-Up Store Opens in London Mall

    Apr 6, 11 by EURPublisher01 Leave a comment

    *Naomi Campbell is busy putting together another runway benefit  for the charity “Fashion for Relief” – this time to aid the victims of Japan’s catastrophic earthquake and tsunami. The British supermodel – who opened a temporary “pop-up store” at London’s Westfield mall yesterday to benefit the charity – has previously organized a Fashion for Relief […]

  • Wyclef on Anniversary of Haitian Quake: Hope Rests with Youth

    Jan 12, 11 by EURPublisher01 Leave a comment

    *Today marks the one year anniversary of the magnitude 7.0 earthquake that killed more than 230,000 people in Haiti. Roughly a million remain homeless amid the debris and stuttering reconstruction efforts in Port-au-Prince, according to the AP. A year later, nearly a million Haitians remain in tents or other temporary shelter. The death of so […]

  • Sean Penn Column Questions Wyclef’s Motives in Haiti

    Aug 26, 10 by EurPublisher 8 Comments

    *In a column on the Huffington Post blog, Sean Penn explains in further detail his much-publicized opposition to Wyclef Jean’s presidential bid in Haiti, which was rejected last week by the electoral commission. Titled “Third Person Once Removed,” Penn – who relocated to Haiti two months after the January earthquake to assist relief efforts – […]

  • Spike Lee Links Katrina, BP, Haiti Quake in HBO’s ‘Creek’

    Aug 19, 10 by EurPublisher 3 Comments

    *Spike Lee was in New Orleans Tuesday to screen parts one and four of his new four-part HBO documentary “If God is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise,” a follow-up to his acclaimed four-part series “When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts,” about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in August 2005. Premiering Aug. […]