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Global Activism: Group provides medical and human rights services in Haiti

James Morgan is a physician who trained at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood. In 2003, he went to Haiti with high school students on a humanitarian mission. Morgan was struck by the extreme poverty and privation he saw, particularly the residents of Cite Soleil. So in 2006, Dr. Morgan and a human rights attorney founded Lamp for Haiti. For Global Activism, Morgan will tell us what his group is doing to provide medical and human rights services to the residents of Cite Soleil. (photo: from lampforhaiti.org)

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