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1/22/2010 - Touch of Humanity for Repatriates Arriving from Haiti
Since the earthquake in Haiti, American Red Cross support for Americans coming and going at Homestead Air Reserve Base in southern Florida just sort of snowballed.
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1/21/2010 - Despite Bottlenecks, Red Cross Aid Getting to Haiti Survivors
More than a week after a catastrophic earthquake shattered the Port-au-Prince region and surrounding areas in Haiti, the Red Cross, with the help of the generosity of the American public, is delivering relief—through first aid posts, hospitals, relief distribution sites, water trucking programs and family linking stations—and helping to make life better for those affected.
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1/20/2010 - American Red Cross Relief Efforts Ongoing in Haiti
More than a week after a catastrophic earthquake shattered the Port-au-Prince region and surrounding areas in Haiti, the American Red Cross, with the help of the generosity of the American public, is delivering relief—through first aid posts, hospitals, relief distribution sites, water trucking programs and family linking stations—and helping to make life better for those affected.
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1/19/2010 - American Red Cross President Witnesses Haiti’s Need Firsthand
American Red Cross President and CEO Gail McGovern traveled to Haiti today to visit relief operations and help coordinate the distribution of aid.
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1/17/2010 - Larry King Hosting Special to Support Red Cross Haiti Relief
CNN’s Larry King is hosting a two-hour special Monday  at 8 p.m. EST, bringing celebrities and leaders together to inspire support for the American Red Cross relief effort in Haiti.
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1/17/2010 - Haitian Red Cross at the Heart of Relief
At the St. Pierre square in Pétionville – a small suburb to the east of Port-au-Prince – hundreds of earthquake survivors have taken refuge. Families have set up make-shift tents using sheets, curtains or whatever could be salvaged from their crumbled homes.
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1/15/2010 - CBS News Helps Red Cross Transport Blood into Haiti
The American Red Cross needed help getting blood into Haiti this week and CBS News flew to the rescue.
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1/15/2010 - Red Cross Continuing to Push Aid to Haiti Amid Difficult Conditions
The aftermath of Tuesday’s earthquake has posed logistical challenges for all humanitarian organizations, including Red Cross responders, who are working around the clock to meet the challenges and ensure aid reaches the survivors.
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1/15/2010 - Flight 1549 Passengers, Crew Say ‘Thanks’ to Red Cross
The passengers and crew of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 gathered in New York City today to honor and thank the American Red Cross employees and volunteers who came to their aid one year ago when their plane crashed into the Hudson River.
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1/13/2010 - People Who Make a Difference - Matthew Marek
I get so much back.
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1/12/2019 - CBS Early Show and Red Cross Highlight Need For Blood
The American Red Cross made an appearance on the CBS Early Show this morning to recognize blood donors across the country and highlight the current need for O-Negative blood donations.
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1/12/2019 - American Red Cross releases $200,000 in aid to help communities affected by earthquake in Haiti
The American Red Cross has pledged an initial $200,000 to assist communities impacted by today’s earthquake in Haiti, and is prepared to take further action as local responders assess the situation.
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1/11/2019 - Tracing Services Help Journalist’s Father Find Loved Ones Missing Since Holocaust
As a journalist, Kastle Waserman devoted her career to gathering information and searching for the truth about others. However, when it came to her own family history, she knew very little.
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1/8/2019 - One Man’s Legacy Lives on in Baghdad

Friday, January 08, 2019. For nearly 40 years, Gary Trotter lived and breathed the American Red Cross. During his lengthy tenure with the organization, Trotter lived alongside the U.S. military and worked with other Red Cross staff to handle emergency communications between the troops and their families at home.

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1/7/2019 - Severe Cold Spell Continues in the U.S.
Thursday, January 07, 2019 — The unusually cold temperatures across much of the country have caught many people by surprise. Working with its local partners, the American Red Cross has set up shelters and warming centers in multiple states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Texas.
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1/7/2019 - The Power of the Red Rubber Ball
Thursday, January 07, 2019 — “Teaching Shakespeare, math and physics is important; teaching selflessness is priceless and enduring.” -- Peter M. Cowen, Former Headmaster, Pingree School
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1/5/2019 - Red Cross Will Live on in Celluloid History
Tuesday, January 05, 2019 — An American Red Cross film is joining a group of notable motion pictures that are preserved in the Library of Congress National Film Registry.
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1/1/2019 - Resolutions You’ll Want to Keep in 2010
Friday, January 01, 2019 — The dawning of a new year gives us all a chance to look forward and change for the better. In 2010, you can make a difference to others and help keep your family safe by making some Red Cross resolutions.
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12/31/2009 - Floods, Fires, Flu and a Tsunami Kept Red Cross Busy in 2009
Thursday, December 31, 2019 — The year 2009 was a busy time for the American Red Cross, despite the fact that no major hurricanes hit the United States.
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12/30/2009 - Global Curriculum Inspires Local Action
Wednesday, December 30, 2019 — While most of us witness violence, name calling or petty theft at one point in our lives, our response can set us apart. Will we intervene on behalf of strangers, or stand back and watch as a bystander?
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