Archive | 2005

Indonesian Tsunami Docs To Assist In Gulf

New York, N.Y.  The Orphans International (OI) Sumatera Tsunami Medical Team has volunteered to come to the United States and help assist refugees left in Katrina’s wake. The English-speaking doctors believe their expertise in natural disaster relief on a massive scale, especially their experience in dealing with water-borne diseases, will be an addition to the [...]

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Tsunami Saint – NY’er Opens Heart and an Indonesian Orphanage

New York, N.Y.  A New York man has raised about $100,000 and opened an orphanage in tsunami-ravaged Indonesia. “These kids are the most defenseless people in the world,” Jim Luce said by phone from the Banda Aceh orphanage. “They are the poorest of the poor, and I felt horrible that they were in that position, [...]

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U.N.: 3,700 Children Orphaned by Ebola, Lives Shattered

New York City Poetry Corner: Poem by Sharon Stern

U.N.: Not One Child Untouched by Recent Gaza Conflict

In Hong Kong, Occupy Central Gains Momentum

True Love at Last: The Cancro-Silvetz Wedding

Luce Leader Grows at Yale: from Anti-Bullying to Autism Awareness