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Starting Up a Conversation

By Samantha Ward

Natural disasters have a way of making people pay attention, even if it is only for a limited amount of time. After the earthquake in 2010, we heard a lot more about the small, Caribbean country of Haiti. 269 more words


Haiti and Dominican Republic: No Détente in Sight

By Emma Fawcett*

Tensions stemming from the Dominican Republic’s forced repatriation of Haitians are spilling over into other aspects of the traditionally problematic relations between the two countries, with little prospect of resolution.  622 more words

Human Rights

The Caribbean -#desertislandreads - Island of the Red Mangroves - Sarah Lark


Why a booktrail?

The follow up to Island of 1000 Springs revealing that the paradise islands of Jamaica and Saint Domingue might not be all that they seem… 517 more words

Books Set In The Caribbean

We're going back to Haiti and we need your help!

I haven’t written since we came back from Haiti, because I really struggled over what to say.  It’s not pretty.  But I’ve been encouraged to open up my heart, lay it all down, be honest and show my true self. 1,274 more words

Lakou Kev #1519: Haitian Husbands

Lakou Kev #1519: Haitian Husbands by Bbox_Radio on Mixcloud

Host DJ Kèv invites listeners to experience the Haitian repertoire either for the first time or through a new lens that is brought to life by contributions from contemporary artists, activists, and social thinkers. 51 more words


Experience the wild life at Rustik Haïti

If you are a lover of everything raw, Rustik is the place for you. I personally am a nature lover. I am in love with everything that can be beautiful without having to be artificial or ridiculously expensive.this is probably why I fell in love with Rustik. 519 more words