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Emotions run high as civic leaders debate Haitian rebuilding plans

Karen Keating Ansara (pictured) whose husband has been in Haiti, spoke of 'smart mercy' as civic leaders debated plans for rebuilding Haiti. (Photo by Richard Howard/The Boston Foundation) Karen Keating Ansara (pictured) whose husband has been in Haiti, spoke of "smart mercy" as civic leaders debated plans for rebuilding Haiti.
By James F. Smith
Globe Staff / January 27, 2010

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Outpourings of grief, anger, and hope filled the austere 10th floor conference room of the Boston Foundation yesterday as civic leaders and Haitian community advocates reflected on two weeks of suffering and debated how to help Haitians start rebuilding their shattered country. (Full article: 698 words)

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