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UF Haitian students create music CD to create hope for their native country

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In the immediate aftermath of the 7-point-magnitude earthquake that destroyed Haiti, the world united to send an outpouring of support and supplies to help save the island and its people. But six months later, the disaster may not be on the forefront of everyone’s minds. As Andrea Gazmurireports a group of University of Florida Haitian students has come together to bring hope to their home country in the form of song.

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