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In Solidarity Show at Aspace

In my quest of practicing intentional vulnerability, critical honesty but at the same time imaginative optimism, here is another #journalsofadocuvixen

I know it has been a minute journal fans but it still has up and down emotionally but to be honest I will take where I am now over to where I was last year any day of the week. 838 more words


5-day Caribbean Cruise: Haiti + Jamaica

Back in March, I and 12 other friends, decided to embark on a 5-day voyage to the Caribbean for a “Friend’s Cruise.” Luckily for me, I left most of the planning to the group. 420 more words



For those of you who have been following this blog over the past few years, you know that I am passionate about all things related to women’s health care. 1,152 more words


Why I'm Begging You to Stop Telling Me to "Trust in God's Timing"

“How long has it been now?”

“Four years…” I say, bracing for the reaction I know is to come.

“Oh wow. Keep trusting in God’s timing!” 855 more words

Haiti - Earthquake, Clintons, Cholera

It’s been a rough decade for the island nation of Haiti. I will be adding to this page periodically with articles stored elsewhere. I may have to break this up into different pages. 85 more words


Event Recap: Voyaje – Experience a Taste of Haiti

They say being Haitian is not just relegated to being an ethnicity or a nationality, but that being Haitian is an experience! I would have to agree! 1,011 more words

Lifestyle Blog

Striking Haitian garment workers attacked by riot police, make appeals for solidarity

Low-paid garment workers in Haiti have launched a strike movement calling for increased wages. In response, the bosses have called in riot police, who’ve tried to break the workers’ resistance with tear gas and rubber bullets. 1,366 more words