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Buccaneers RB Giovani Bernard Honors Mother With School in Haiti


is playing out his second season in his home state of Florida for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But as the son of two Haitian immigrants, the running back's family roots are very important to him. So much so that he and his older brother, Yvenson, founded The Bernard Family Foundation to give back to their family’s native country. (NBC Chicago)

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Buccaneers RB Giovani Bernard Honors Mother With School in Haiti


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