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Team SHAE 4 Haiti

The people of Haiti need us now more than ever. Team SHAE is a collective of creative minds and brilliant people, that being said I know we can come up with ways to help the relief efforts. Use this group to post and to organize such efforts.

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Latest Activity: Mar 29, 2014

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Declaring April 7th As TOUSSAINT LOUVERTURE MEMORIAL DAY In New York State

Started by Phoenix Refined Jan 7, 2013. 0 Replies

Hi, We created a petition to The New York State House, The New York State Senate, and 4 others which says:"We, the undersigned of this formal document, request the honor of the United States Congress…Continue

Drop Off Locations For Supplies/Goods For Haiti

Started by Ngozi Odita. Last reply by Ngozi Odita Nov 27, 2010. 2 Replies

Below are drop-off locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan for those who would like to donate goods.  Below is a list of items needed, please be sure NOT TO BRING THINGS NOT ON THE LIST.  LOCATIONS TO…Continue

Haiti Changed My Life

Started by Tamara A. Fleming Nov 14, 2010. 0 Replies

Watching the girls of Haiti transform themselves right before our eyes. I went to Haiti as a service project for UIP (United Initiatives for Peace). What I thought I'd be doing was to go and give the…Continue

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Comment by TastyKeish on January 15, 2010 at 1:38pm
i just updated lots of ways to donate time, money, and goods. Event info as well. Video from a representative soon come!
Comment by Jazzthoughts on February 1, 2010 at 11:43pm
Come to Benefit for Haiti @Zebulun in Williamsburg! Plenty of talented performers;
Radio Nago, Ja Ra Ra, Grand Bois, ect... Spiritual experience! DJ spinning folk lore vaudo music ect... start time 8pm end time 4pm get direction to lounge by google whatever? just come donation like 20$ going towards helping Haiti
Comment by The Freedwomen's Bureau on July 12, 2010 at 4:00pm
JULY 15th Aime Cesaire poetry reading / Haiti Benefit at THE SHRINE in HARLEM


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The 7-day event features its’ biggest ever line-up of selections with 43 screenings. BUFF 2016 begins on Wednesday 14 September with the World Premiere of “To Dream” (starring Adam Deacon, Diana Vickers, Ed Hayter & Freddie Thorp) at Odeon Camden Town, directed by newcomer Nicole Albarelli. Other highlights include:The 2nd annual British Urban Film Festival awards…See More
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British Urban Film Festival (BUFF), the leading BAME film festival in the UK, today announce BBC Films is set to sponsor its showpiece film awards in September.  The deal marks the first time that the two organisations have worked together. Previously, the festival has had on-air partnerships with Channel 4, London Live…See More
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