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North Miami Mayor Trying To Stop Deportation Of Thousands Of Haitians

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – North Miami Mayor Smith Joseph is urging others both in South Florida and across Miami-Dade County to join in an effort to get the Obama Administration to reconsider its new policy that will see the deportation of thousands of Haitians living in the United States. 154 more words



An ancient fruit and arguably the most popular in many parts of the world, mangoes are in the same family of plants as pistachios and cashews, which are also tropical, fruit-bearing trees that can grow up to 100 feet in height. 111 more words

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Haiti 2016: Day 3, Aug 22 - Part 2

It’s about 20 minutes before dinner now. Didn’t have a chance to wrap up the last section before I ran off. A situation came up which I will write about later. 809 more words


New migration: Haitians carve a dangerous 7,000-mile path to the U.S.

Jacqueline Charles (with McClatchy Washington Bureau Latin American Affairs correspondent Franco Ordoñez) tracks new immigration patterns of Haitians seeking a chance to enter the United States; many choose a perilous trip from Brazil to the U.S. 1,204 more words



I’ve spent the last couple years asking myself what I wanted to be when I grew up. It was a question I avoided pretty well during my first 22 trips around the sun. 418 more words


Cruising around: My first time

Ok so people have many different thoughts on cruises. The main one being that it’s full of old people 👵🏽👴🏻. Another one is that it can be quite claustrophobic, being stuck in the same place on the sea/ocean. 716 more words

Un Mot...

Un mot qui fait frissonner ta peau,
Telle une feuille qui frissonne sous les douces caresses de la nuit;

Un mot, un seul…

Un mot qui fait briller tes yeux, 127 more words

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