1. Engaging Redemption

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    How do you DO the gospel?

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    • Drink Coffee. Do Good.™ Process

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      Most of us have no idea how much work goes into the simple things we enjoy every day, let alone the kind of impact our choices have globally. We made this video to give you a glimpse at what goes into your daily cup of coffee. www.landofathousandhills.com

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      • Small Things, Big Impact

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        Every once in a while God gives us something big to do, but every day He give us something small to do. Those small things make a difference. - Jonathan D. Golden

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        • A Voice to be Heard: NEW!

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          "A Voice to be Heard" is a unique documentary that tells the inspiring and powerful story of immigrant students in Eastern Connecticut as they face one of their first obstacles upon arriving in America — learning English. In the shadow of North America's two largest casinos, these students must overcome the initial inability to express language that creates common ground, fosters mutual respect and encourages friendship. In short, this film and accompanying web project captures the struggle of select students to express their personalities, their passions, their hopes and their dreams. The words immigrants hear when they first arrive to the United States are more than just vocabulary. They add up to the overall message of this nation, telling newcomers who to become and who we are. Go to www.voicetobeheard.org to see how you can help.

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          • Thank You From Cherline!

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            Cherline, one of the girls from our orphanage, would like to say thank you to all those who have shown their love and support in helping raise funds for her ear surgeries. Her first surgery is April 17th. Please remember her in your prayers. To hear more about Cherline's story and to give toward her second surgery, visit this link: http://www.grouprev.com/cherlinesearoperations

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            • Video snapshot of future of Haiti

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              This "video snapshot" of the children of Haiti is meant to be an introduction to the smiles, laughs and hearts of Haiti. These children are the future of Haiti.

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              • Best Feet Forward

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                February 2012 | Amputees test out their new prosthetic legs for the first time at our Prosthetic Lab at the St. Ard Hospital in Haiti. They will receive the exoskeletal part of the prosthetics at a later date. We were amazed at how quickly they were able to use their new limbs without any sort of physical therapy!

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                • The Haitian Guantánamo Bay Experience : The Legal Journey

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                  This personal memoir is part of The Guantánamo Public Memory Project. Mr. Ira J. Kurzban litigated over fifty federal cases concerning the rights of immigrants, including Jean v. Nelson, Commissioner v. Jean, and McNary v Haitian Refugee Center, Inc., all of which he argued before the United States Supreme Court. He has also litigated numerous cases under the Alien Tort Claims Act and the Torture Victim Protection Act, including obtaining a $500 million judgment against Jean-Claude Duvalier, the former dictator Haiti. He was one of the leading attorney's fighting for the civil liberty of Haitian's detained in Guantánamo. “Guantánamo” has become an international symbol of torture, detention, national security, and conflict over America’s “War on Terror.” But this “state of exception” in Cuba has been opened – and closed—for more than a century before 9-11. Facilities for new uses are now being constructed. The 1903 lease with Cuba grants the US total jurisdiction over the bay until both countries agree to end the arrangement. For better or for worse, then, GTMO is open and available for any future administration to use – in the War on Terror or otherwise. How did we get here? What should happen next? Over 100 historians, artists, archivists, activists, and others came together to discuss and debate building a public memory around the US naval station at Guantánamo Bay. They explored the site’s long history and why it matters today more than ever. For more information logon to: http://hrcolumbia.org/guantanamo/

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                  • A Conversation with Top Chef Ron Duprat

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                    Born in Haiti, Top Chef celebrity Ron Duprat talks about his style of cuisine, Haitian food and rebuilding his beloved country through his passion- cooking!

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                    • Fight the Outbreak: Cholera in Haiti & the United Nations

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                      The mes­sage is sim­ple: 500,000 Haitians have been infected with cholera and 7,000 have died from the dis­ease. Yet, Haiti is still left with­out a san­i­tary water infra­struc­ture or repa­ra­tions for the more than half a mil­lion vic­tims of the cholera out­break. Share this video on Face­book, fol­low the move­ment on twit­ter, and blog about it! The more aware­ness we cre­ate through social media, the more likely we can hold the UN respon­si­ble for its reck­less actions in Haiti.

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