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Helping The Island Of Dominica After Tropical Storm Erika’s Wrath

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Quick geography lesson.  The Dominican Republic and Dominica are NOT one in the same. The Dominican Republic is on the island of Hispanola and is right next to Haiti.  Dominica is a separate Caribbean island/country that was devastated by the wrath of tropical storm Erika on August 27th.  

Dominica now lies tattered but unbowed, and needs your help. The storm caused severe flooding and mudslides and killed at least 20 people. More than 50 people are still missing.  

A group of Dominican-Americans have now joined forces in an effort to help their native land, while working with the government to help rebuild shattered communities.

On today’s show we’ll talk with Pastor Cuthbert Joseph, the official spokesperson for Boston for Dominica who will discuss what happened last month and how we can help.

It’s a show where your compassion will be appreciated and welcomed.

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