This past week, I traveled with fellow hope agents and ambassadors to Haiti. Right out of the airport we hopped into a taptap immersing ourselves into the Port-au-Prince experience, ready to work.
Haitians are not taught to think critically. We simply don’t ask that many questions. Trying to discriminate between fact and fiction or just simply being inquisitive is largely frowned upon in our culture. And that fosters ignorance and ignorance is costly and it has already cost our people a great deal. Consider what happened a [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Ed Shakespierre Phone: 561-312-3748 Info@colorofhope.org Third Annual Save Haiti Bike Ride Honor. Remember. Unite PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL (Jan [...]
JOIN US and ride your bike for Haiti on January 12, 2013. Help us raise awareness about the dire situation and provide funds to help many in need.
HopEconomics: Diaspora haïtienne, libérateurs économiques ou esclaves des temps modernes? By Marc Saint Clair Au temps de la colonie, il y avait deux types d’esclaves à Saint-Domingue : les esclaves des champs et ceux de la maison. Les ssclaves des champs comprenaient les hommes et les femmes qui accomplissaient le dur labeur manuel [...]