NewsBites: NOLA in Miami, $58 Million x Hope for Haiti, Kicking Off Black History Month, Lauryn Hill in New Zealand, and an International Call for Nigeria.

Go Saints! New Orleans is off to the Super Bowl. [ESPN]

$58 million and counting! Hope for Haiti exceeds initial expectations and becomes one of the most successful televised campaigns in history. [CNN]

Prepping to kick of Black History Month, the New York Times ran a great multimedia piece about Sugar Hill, Harlem and its relevance to New York’s many communities of color. I’d love to see something similar for other enclaves in the city. Well done. [NYT]

Ever wonder what a Lauryn Hill concert today would look like? She recently performed in New Zealand at Raggamuffin 2010 and rocked the house. [LifeFiles]

Christian-Muslim riots in Nigeria. 150 are killed. Human Rights Watch calls on the international community to step up. [CNN]

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