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I had my first team this week and I have tons of thoughts and emotions swirling in my head right now.

This week God moved in incredible ways. 487 more words


An Untamed State

by Roxane Gay

One of Roxane Gay’s gifts to the world is her inspiring ability to write about sexual violence through the unfiltered, unapologetic voice of a survivor. 233 more words


Scottish Conservative politician supports Honduras, Haiti dictatorships

By Conrad Landin in Scotland:

Exclusive: Ruth Davidson called to condemn Scottish Tory MP over links to coup-backing lobby group

Andrew Bowie took sponsorship from…

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Human Rights

A Quest: My Refugee Experience

Living was dangerous in Haiti in the late eighties and nineties. People were risking travel on any sort of vessel to escape the dangers of Haiti for the chance of safety in the United States.   833 more words

A Quest

Haiti: A Reflection

One week ago, I came back from my second mission trip to Haiti. I spent a week in Terrier Rouge, a village about 45 minutes east of Cap-Haitian in the Nord-Est Department. 1,112 more words


Earl Lovelace, Edwidge Danticat receive the Presidents Award from St. Martin Book Fair 2018

Acclaimed novelists Edwidge Danticat and Earl Lovelace are the new recipients of the St. Martin Book Fair “Presidents Award.” The annual fair took place on June 1 and 2, 2018. 441 more words

Caribbean Culture