Author Archive for Bernice Leveque

Embodying the Haitian Spirit

Since the early 1500s when the first slaves were brought to the island of Hispaniola to the present day economic disparity that so many face, Haitians seems to have always had a relentless spirit. This relentless spirit that helped one of the colonies with the harshest conditions for slaves become the first free black nation… more →

Feelings of Home

As Cecelia Ahern once wrote, “Home is not a place. . . it’s a feeling.” No truer words could have described my experience as our group of six traveled to Haiti to begin our journey for the summer. All semester long, we had been preparing for this trip, but as the final days leading up… more →