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About This Event

Summary

Speakers will: 

  • Address the myths and misunderstandings about Haiti and its history

  • Learn about the environmental context and natural hazards

  • Provide information about Haiti's complicated relationship with the U.S.

  • Share resources to help with the effort to rebuild the Haitian nation.

 

Panelists: 

  • Dr. Didier Gondola (Professor of History)

  • Dr. Tim Brothers (Associate Professor of Geography)

  • Dr. Una Osili (Associate Professor of Economics and Director of Research, Center of Philanthrophy)

  • Dr. Amy Reinsel (Adjunct Professor of World Languages and Cultures)

  • Leonce John-Baptiste (IUPUI Alum and Member of Haitian Association of Indiana)

  • Patricia Jordan (IUPUI Student, Olaniyan Scholars Program

 

Featuring a creative Performance choreographed and scripted by Dr. Regina Turner, Associate Professor of Communication Studies and University College faculty

 

Presented by the School of Liberal Arts’ Africana Studies Program’s Committee on African and African American Studies

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