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Howard Brings Hope to Haiti - Blog

Kerry-Ann Hamilton, media relations manager for Howard University, traveled with Howard University volunteers on their service mission to Haiti. She chronicled the travels and work of more than two-dozen students, faculty and staff during Alternative Spring Break 2011.

Howard students hear from rape survivors in Haiti -Washington Post

“Every day in Haiti is revealing, from the island’s beauty to earthquake’s devastation to the grinding poverty to the resilience and determination of its people. But on Tuesday, our group had a rare and humbling conversation with two women. As we listened, some of us were stunned into silence. Many of us wept at the horror of their tales.”

Howard helps Haiti rebuild - Washington Post

“Almost 30 Howard University students traveled to Haiti on a weeklong mission as part of the university’s Alternative Spring Break program, an annual service mission in which hundreds of Howard students travel the nation to help in underserved communities.”

Howard Students Embark on Week-long Service Mission to Haiti
WASHINGTON (March 9) – Howard University students are in Haiti this week to help the struggling nation as it continues to rebuild from the January 2010 earthquake that killed hundreds and left tens of thousands homeless.

As part of the University’s annual Alternative Spring Break Program, about 25 students are teaching and mentoring children and volunteering with relief groups assisting women and children ...more

Students Weather Rain to Raise $32K to Help Others in U.S., Haiti
WASHINGTON (Mach 7) -- Despite the downpour, scores of Howard University students, many of them soaked from the rain, took to the streets for 12 hours Sunday to raise money so they can help people in Haiti and in five U.S. cities during their spring break.

The WHUR 96.3 Helping Hands radiothon, an annual fundraising event to help send hundreds of students across the country to help residents in troubled neighborhoods across the globe, raised $32,000.  The effort is

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