During a recent trip to Haiti, Nahum Faubert, left, and Joshua Mauk talk about the new organization that will eventually give Haitian youth vocational skills. Faubert, a Haiti native, came to Chattanooga after the 2010 earthquake and is earning a business degree at Tennessee Temple University.
During a recent trip to Haiti, Nahum Faubert, left, and Joshua Mauk talk about the new organization that will eventually give Haitian youth vocational skills. Faubert, a Haiti native, came to Chattanooga after the 2010 earthquake and is earning a business degree at Tennessee Temple University.
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published Sunday, April 8th, 2012
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Creole is the language of Haiti, but big brown eyes speak in ways that anyone can understand. Joshua Mauk was standing and smoking outside a school and orphanage in Port-au-Prince when he first noticed the boy, who kept looking at him, then hiding, looking and hiding.

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