In mid-November, I notice Peterson, who is often reserved, looking more concerned then usual.Continue reading
Due to an ongoing political crisis and growing insecurity in Haiti, Grace Emmanuel School was unable to hold regular classes from the end of September until the beginning of December.Continue reading
A good friend told me, “Once you have Haiti sand on your shoes, you are never the same.”Continue reading
His name was Emmanuel.
Fifteen years ago, he was living at a homeless shelter in Cabaret, Haiti, unable to walk, abandoned by family, and without hope in this world.Continue reading
Over the last 15 months, nationwide protests have paralyzed life in Haiti on numerous occasions. After a relatively quiet summer, the protests have picked up again over the last couple of weeks, with renewed calls for the president’s resignation.Continue reading
When Grace Emmanuel School kicked off the 2019-2020 school year last Monday, it marked the completion of 15 years of providing an education at Grace Emmanuel School. Continue reading