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Howard University in Haiti For Spring Break

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For five consecutive years, Perspectives Leadership Academy (PLA) scholars are working with college students from Howard University during the week of March 16th. “Each year, Howard students visit during their spring break and work with a select group of students,” said Antoinette Self, program manager at PLA.

Hundreds of Howard University students who skipped the beaches, parties, vacations and even trips home for spring break are embarking to seven U.S. cities and Haiti, where they will spend the week serving others. This year during the Alternative Spring Break (ASB) week of March 16, more than 400 students will be working in Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Detroit, Memphis, New Orleans, Washington, D.C., and the communities of Croix des Bouquets and Petion-Ville in Haiti.

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Diaspora Community Services

Diaspora Community Services is a community based non-profit organization dedicated to providing social support and empowerment opportunities to families and individuals in North and Central Brooklyn. They strive to maximize our community’s abilities to succeed through various means of health promotion, family supportive services, and advocacy.

921 B East New York Avenue,
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718-399-0200/FAX: 718-399-0360

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