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My journey hiking from Ti Muska to Seguin

The past week-end was full of adventures! And you know I never say No to adventures.

We hiked 4 hours and a half through the mountains! 906 more words

Travel

#HaitianHOPEster: Archange Antoine

Today’s #HaitianHOPEster features a powerful voice that shows advocacy and a deep concern for his community, Mr. Archange Antoine.  Out of all the features I’ve prepared, he was the first and so far the only one to describe himself utilizing no more than five adjectives!   1,855 more words

Another Blan Bitch

I haven’t talked about Haiti in a really long time.

This is not by accident. Thinking about Haiti makes me feel a whole host of things and some of those things are awful. 1,102 more words

Haiti

A WITNESS: THE HAITI EARTHQUAKE, A SONG, DEATH, AND RESURRECTION Book Review by WTS Professor Norma Cook Everist

Renee Splichal Larson, A Witness: The Haiti Earthquake, A Song, Death, and Resurrection (Eugene. OR: Resource Publications, 2016), 264 pp.

This book could have been titled so many different ways: … 823 more words

Feature Articles

Erzulie, La Sirène, Etc. - Haitian Folklore and Mythology

Spring so far has been productive.  We finished planting in all of our schools and now most work will be in the office and out at the garden.  256 more words

"Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge" WAPA Panel May 3, 2016 7-9 PM

Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists presents “Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge”

The Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists presents “Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge.”   176 more words

Research

VOLUNTEERING or VOLUNTOURISM?

For anyone considering a two or three week humanitarian trip to India, Ethiopia, or anywhere in the world, I’d like you to consider the question: … 5,068 more words

Missionary