Tuesday
Mar 24
2015

Clinton Foundation Is Helping Haiti

Mary O’Grady continues to conflate the roles of many rebuilding organizations working in Haiti and continues to ascribe decision-making power to both President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton where it never existed (

Thursday
Feb 26
2015

Long-termism: A New Permanent Cholera Treatment Center for Port-au-Prince

The current foreign aid and development approach to architecture and construction has been plagued by what we may call ‘short-termism’ – a common mantra of build cheap, build quick, and repeat.

Breaking Barriers, One Race at a Time

Breaking Barriers, One Race at a Time

Sep 17, 2013
On any given day in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, you can count on your fingers the number of runners training in the street. They are a rare and impressive sight: dodging traffic and weaving past pedestrians and street vendors, finding their footing amid potholes and debris. They are a testament to Haiti’s small but growing running community.
What I've Learned Since Returning to Haiti

What I've Learned Since Returning to Haiti

Jan 12, 2013
As a Haitian American, growing up in Haiti was challenging, exciting, and extremely humbling. From a young age you are aware of the differences of the class system and the extreme realities of those less fortunate. But the experience of growing up in Haiti makes you strong, makes you resilient, and makes you...