Here and Now: 'Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees,' help immigrants seeking asylum

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Here and Now: Brooklyn-based group helps Haitians seeking asylum
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On this episode of Here and Now, we have the latest on local efforts to help Haitian refugees seeking asylum in our area.

NEW YORK (WABC) -- On this episode of Here and Now, we have the latest on local efforts to help Haitian refugees seeking asylum in our area.

Brooklyn-based group 'Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees,' is dedicated to assisting those immigrants.

Co-founders of that group, Ninaj Raoul and Dr. Marie Lily Cerat, join us.

Also ahead, we have more on 'The Sacred Nile,' award-winning photojournalist Chester Higgin's new book exploring how African spirituality influenced western religion.

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