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Among the many paintings for sale on May 14 in Port-au-Prince is one that shows the destruction of the earthquake.

Submitted Among the many paintings for sale on May 14 in Port-au-Prince is one that shows the destruction of the earthquake.

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Thousands of destroyed buildings in Port-au-Prince on May 14 still need to be removed.  Yet life goes on.
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The remains of Hansley Mussotte's childhood home in Port-au-Prince on May 19.  Mussotte went to Haiti on May 14 to reconnect with family and friends and assess the rebuilding efforts.
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Among the many paintings for sale on May 14 in Port-au-Prince is one that shows the destruction of the earthquake.

One of the many connections between Marco Island and Haiti is Hansley Mussotte, 26. Employed at First Baptist Family Church as a creative assistant, the Haitian is studying to become a minister.
Mussotte immigrated to the United States when he was 10 years old. On May 14 he headed back to his homeland to spend a week to reconnect with family and friends and assess the rebuilding efforts.

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