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100 years ago, the U.S. invaded and occupied this country. Can you name it?

Ishaan Tharoor (The Washington Post, 30 July 2015) writes about the U.S. invasion of Haiti and the racist underpinnings of the 19-year occupation. An excellent article—please read the original, full version in the link below; here are excerpts: 620 more words

Haiti

kozefò 5K by the numbers.

Runners, walkers and volunteers enjoyed another beautiful sunny day to support the work at ANA Primary School.  Student art work, Kozefò merchandise and handmade soap were the new additions this year! 146 more words

Haiti

DIANA BABINEAU

JULY 29 >> “I never really asked questions about my heritage or the culture that my parents grew up in. I was just part of the other children’s culture. 116 more words

Montrealers dressed in white march in support of Haitians’ nationality

MONTREAL –  A march was held in Montreal on Sunday afternoon to show support for Dominicans of Haitian descent, whom organizers say have been rendered stateless. 77 more words

Politics

Haitian Happiness

Change

/CHānj/

verb: make or become different.

While Ashlee and I were planning our European tour this past summer, she had come into contact with a missionary from her church, who had come to speak about her work in Haiti. 630 more words

Backpacking

Here We Go... to Haiti and Beyond!

As we sat in the church service this morning, so many emotions flooded. The Holy Spirit was there.

He was pricking our hearts, confirming our desires, showing us His plan. 1,302 more words

My Journey