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The January 2010 earthquake devastated Haiti, the Caribbean’s poorest, and left 220,000 dead, 300,000 injured, and two million homeless. Schools and hospitals were destroyed, the main air and sea ports were badly damaged, and debris blocked access to t More …
UpdatesInternational Awareness Award
May 3, 2015: Gloucester High School honor student Rachel Shahin received the 2015 International Awareness Award. Click on the “Scholarship Award” button above to read about her.
Relief and Development in Haiti
Karen Keating Ansara
Essex philanthropist and human rights activist
Can the United States “Manage” the Middle East? Should It Try?
Stephen Walt and Christopher Lydon
Challenges and Opportunities in the Years Ahead
Author, scholar and commentator
Refugees, Migrants and Gated Nations: The Eritrean Experience
Journalist and Cape Ann Forum chair
Eyewitness Gaza: From Disaster to Resilience
Physician, activist and filmmaker
Freedom of Expression in a New Media Environment
Charlie Sennott and Gary Knight
Ground Truth Project
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