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Fredlyn Pierre Louis

Fredlyn Pierre Louis is a Production Assistant for Early Today.

Fredlyn Pierre Louis is a Production Assistant for Early Today.


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5d ago

Children of migrant workers become college-bound tutors under a successful local program

In the agricultural community of Immokalee, Florida known for its migrant worker population, the Guadalupe Center Tutor Corps program has promoted higher education as a path to prosperity and helped students prepare, apply and afford going to college.
11d ago

Bills trade star WR Stefon Diggs to Texans for 2025 second-round draft pick

The Buffalo Bills traded star wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans, the teams announced on Wednesday.
11d ago

Surge in violence forces more than 53,000 to flee Port-au-Prince in less than 3 weeks

Haitians are fleeing Port-au-Prince mostly to escape unrelenting gang violence, according to a United Nations report released Tuesday.

DHS attempts to stop a steady stream of guns from America to Haiti

The Department of Homeland Security is trying to stop the illegal flow of high-powered guns from the U.S. to Haiti, as the Caribbean nation reels from violence and instability wrought by armed groups and gangs.
18d ago

Port-au-Prince teacher struggles to survive, hiding from gangs as violence continues

A teacher in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, says he constantly has to hide under his bed at home, when gangs infiltrate his once-peaceful neighborhood, Croix-des-Bouquets.
23d ago

59 Haitian children with disabilities evacuated to Jamaica

Fifty-nine Haitian children with disabilities and 13 caregivers were evacuated by boat to Jamaica on Thursday, fleeing ongoing gang conflict.
24d ago

Suspected Haiti gang members set on fire as conflict spreads to capital suburb

Suspected gang members who are part of the rise in violence across Port-au-Prince and spreading out toward the rest of Haiti have reportedly been killed.
26d ago

A pastor in Haiti defies widespread violence to provide aid to over 60 children

As the country's crisis continues, Haitian pastor Telemaque Vernet has become a lifeline for more than 60 children in Canaan, north of the capital, Port-au-Prince.
26d ago

U.S. missionary among those evacuated from Haiti by a Florida congressman

A U.S. missionary who’s been traveling back and forth to Haiti for more than a dozen years helping run a school and an orphanage says it was “frightening” being trapped in the country for three weeks.
27d ago

More Americans evacuate from Haiti amid turmoil

More Americans have evacuated from Haiti with help from U.S.
27d ago

Parts of Haiti left in darkness after armed groups attack power stations

Armed groups broke into several electrical stations in Haiti, stealing documents and destroying equipment in an attack that has left areas of Haiti’s capital, Port-au-Prince, in darkness.