The Women’s and Gender Studies Colloquium presents The Mulâtresse: Mythologizing and Negating Hybrid Haitian Identities a talk by Sarah Flowers, C’15 Thursday, April 23 4:30 p.m. Gailor Auditorium This talk is sponsored by the History Department and the Wick From French colonial discourse in Saint-Domingue emerged a number of racial categorizations, notably that of the… more →
“Peanuts will be sold to regional buyers including the non-profit Partners in Health, which last year partnered with a health care company to open a factory in Haiti’s Central Plateau to produce a peanut-based nutritional supplement for children with severe malnutrition.” … Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/m/news/#!/content/1.2691566
A different recounting of the restavek controversy in Haiti, and a loving and detailed recollection – well worth the time: http://newsjunkiepost.com/2014/06/14/hommage-to-my-mothers-restavek-vodou-and-haitis-stolen-children/
CFFL student Mirabeau Sainville (right) outlines the Zanmi Foto project to Jean Phillipe Saintellus. May 22, 2015.