Tag Archives: Evens Anozine

Honoring Young Leaders and Humanitarians at U.N. Mission

New York, N.Y.  Fifteen years ago, I began a journey of unknown destination. Last week, we celebrated that journey — and the many people who have journeyed with us. Many destinations — Haiti, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Cuba – have become apparent over the years, as has our focus on the arts, education and orphan […]

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Charlie Rangel Honored at Uni Haiti Gala for his Efforts to Rebuild Haiti

New York, N.Y.  Congressman Charles B. Rangel was honored by The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation with its Humanitarian Award for his decades of work to encourage development in Haiti.  Among his many contributions, Rangel created the Haiti Economic Lift Program (HELP) Act of 2010, which provides additional trade preferences to Haitian textile and apparel […]

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Columns and Columnists of Stewardship

Evens Anozine: Voice of the Haitian Diaspora Cynthia Artin: An American in Afghanistan Roy Barigayomwe Vanessa Cabezas: The Public Eye Lorraine Cancro, MSW: Eye on Humanity Ralph De Palo, Ph.D.: Hope & Inspiration Lori Henri: The Filmandthropist Sara Herbert-Galloway: Herbert’s Heroes Gosia Hatak: Single Mom Traveling Isaac J. Kassin: The Young Philanthropist Judy Kuriansky, Ph.D.: […]

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Haitian Diaspora Nominations Opens for U.S.

By Rosemonde Pierre-Louis. New York, N.Y.  The Haitian Roundtable (HRT) joined with The Haitian Times, Kompa Guide and Creole TV-NYC and  Radio Soleil today to announce the launch of the nominations process for the first-ever “1804 List,” highlighting the achievements of Changemakers from the Haitian Diaspora in the U.S.  The list will recognize 25 thought leaders, trailblazers and unsung […]

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Rote Haitian Education – Not Necessarily As Bad As Thought

By Dr. Diane Hoffman, edited by Jim Luce Leogane, Haiti. As the renowned anthropologist Melville Herskovits observed long ago, in Haiti, nothing is what it seems.  My most recent visit to the country proved, once again, how true that observation was.  I had the extraordinary opportunity to spend a few days in Haiti with a small team […]

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Which Publisher in the U.S. will Discover Brilliant Haitian Writer Franketienne?

Brooklyn, NY.  Having only recently discovered Franketienne – in the way that Columbus “discovered” America — I feel like a Johnny Come Lately to the cultural feast.  This brilliant Haitian author and artist is hopefully about to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.  I missed him because this incredible feast has only been served in Creole and French. […]

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Live from Leogane: College Prep Leadership Training Begins for our Orphan Mentors

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The College Prep Leadership Training Program of Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW) Haiti launched this week at l’Ecole de la Redemption in Leogane, 18 miles west of Port-au-Prince. Forty students, chosen from almost 200 applicants, are studying to be mentors to the orphaned children of OIWW Haiti. Each of these children survived the earthquake. In the […]

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Live Report: 200 Haitian Earthquake Survivors Interviewed for Ten Chinese Scholarships

Leogane, Haiti. We are 18 debris-strewn miles West of Port-au-Prince. I am leading an international NGO team in Haiti as part of the recovery and reconstruction here following the January 12 earthquake. Our objective is to provide post-disaster family-care programming for orphaned children living with their extended families in Leogane. In addition, we are involved […]

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