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Haiti - The Painter From Jalouzi

Jalouzi is a village built on the mountains on the south side of Port au Prince, which sits in a valley between two ranges. It sits adjacent to Haiti’s wealthiest town, Petionville. 240 more words


Dominican Republic: Legal maze leaves thousands stateless in nation of 'ghost citizens'

The National Institute for Latino Policy (NiLP) just shared an Amnesty International (19 November 2015) that highlights how the Dominican Republic’s “bureaucratic legal maze has left thousands of stateless ‘ghost citizens,’ who are unable to work regularly, enroll in high school or even see a doctor.” 637 more words


Art Exhibition: Kolektif 509’s “Invictus”

Kolektif 509 will host its 9th exhibition of Haitian contemporary art—“Invictus”—from Friday, November 27 to Saturday December 5, 2015. The opening will take place Friday, November 27 from 5:00pm at Villa Kalewes, 99 Gregoire Street, Petionville, Haiti. 39 more words


... and Sony

is for Sony Jean

Today we’re featuring this serious but sometimes silly little guy! Sony has such a joyful heart, he loves to laugh and hang out with his all his siblings! 517 more words


Defiant Haiti: ‘We won’t let you steal these elections!’ - San Francisco Bay View

Hooded gangs attacked a large demonstration against election fraud today in the Haitian capital. A group of about 20 hooded men in a white pickup (license plate 1-00692), armed with machetes, pipes, hammers and guns, attacked marchers in the Delmas 95 district while police turned a blind eye, according to radio reports.One marcher was wounded in the head by a machete, AP reported. 114 more words


A Meaningful Life

The truth is, if what we choose to do with our lives won’t make a story meaningful, it won’t make a life meaningful either.” – …

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