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Mourning and homeless

Local activists say that those dealing with the grief of family and friends lost to the earthquake in Haiti are in need of counseling and interpreters. Georgette Francois lost her daughter, Nehemie Telus, in Haiti and also deals with being homeless since December and sleeping on the floor of her church in Lauderhill. She is shown on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010.
Carey Wagner, Sun Sentinel
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