Hi Mr. Gilles, I googled your name and this site came up. I am...

Esther Dorzin - October 9 2005, 12:14 AM

Hi Mr. Gilles,
I googled your name and this site came up. I am a student at Brown University and I noticed that you are a member of Haitian organizaiton called: Haitian Advocacy Group of RI. Given that I'm very intersted in working with the Haitian community in RI, I would greatly appreciate if you can provide me your contact info. so I can speak with you further.

Thanks,
Esther

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That's the truth!

I like to read things like that and someday I will read for my friends in Church, I live in RI... Thanks for sharing....

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