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Stunning Photos of a Haitian Art Collective's Ingenious Interpretation of the Tarot

Since 2007, award-winning photographer Alice Smeets, who we discovered on Supersonic, has been traveling to and living in Haiti, documenting the country and its people. 368 more words


Calling all diSip Limena

Are you a Limena?

diSip is inviting all Limena to record, post and share the Limena experience.

Whether you’re dancing, singing, humming, diSip wants to showcase the Limena in you. 24 more words


The Beginning

If you are interested in this blog for information on gardening methods in Haiti, permaculture, or permaculture in Haiti and not interested as much in the story of the garden you can skip to the third post. 1,431 more words


Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken in Haiti

Just about everything is broken in Haiti.  Consequently, children fashion toys and activities out of whatever broken items are lying around, stuff most of us would throw away.   49 more words


How Étonnants Voyageurs became the biggest French literary festival in the world

Many thanks to Thomas Spear for bringing this fascinating article to our attention. In “Comment Etonnants Voyageurs est devenu le plus gros festival littéraire français du monde,” Grégoire Leménager writes about the exponential growth of the Étonnants Voyageurs literary festival . 597 more words

Caribbean Culture

Haiti: Compassion and the gift of presence

I recently saw a movie called Little Boy that brings up an “ancient list” which some of us know as the Corporate Works of Mercy: clothe the naked, visit the sick, feed the hungry, etc. 1,164 more words

Love And Frienship