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Vodou Probably Isn’t What You Think, by Nadege GREEN

Vodou Probably Isn’t What You Think

The religion has been maligned for much of its history. But some Haitian Americans are reclaiming the narrative through their own journeys with spirituality.

By Nadege Green

Alain Pierre-Louis (far right) leads a ceremony for the Vodou lwa Agwe in Miami. (Woosler Delisfort)

The depiction of the second presidency of Jean-Betrand Aristide: An Open Letter to the New York Times Regarding Haiti

The depiction of the second presidency of Jean-Betrand Aristide

An Open Letter to the New York Times Regarding Haiti

8 JUNE 2022

By journalists who covered Haïti during the 2001 to 2004 era

Submitted to AlterPresse on June 4, 2022

2021 Hs/SH Best Article Prize

Congratulations to Jennifer L. Palmer, recipient of the 2021 Histoire sociale / Social History Best Article prize, for her article “‘She persisted in her Revolt’: Between Slavery and Freedom in Saint-Domingue,” 53, no. 107 (2020).

The article will be freely available on Project MUSE for the duration of the year.

Find it here: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/757131

The citation from the Prize committee:

Day 24 in Haitian Heritage Month: The “Indemnity” of 1825: The Haitian Receipts, by Celucien JOSEPH

Day 24 in Haitian Heritage Month: The “Indemnity” of 1825: The Haitian Receipts

May 25, 2022 Dr. Celucien Joseph 

Day 24 in Haitian Heritage Month: The “Indemnity” of 1825: The Haitian Receipts

Rançon française: New York Times a rendu un service important en estimant les pertes d'Haïti entre 21 et 115 milliards de dollars, estime Jonathan M. Katz

Rançon française :  New York Times a rendu un service important en estimant les pertes d'Haïti entre 21 et 115 milliards de dollars, estime Jonathan M. Katz

Ex-correspond de l'Associated Press en Haïti, auteur de deux ouvrages, The Big Truck That Went By : How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster, qui traite du tremblement de terre de 2010, et, plus récemment, de Gangsters of Capitalism : Smedley Butler, the Marines, and the Making and Breaking of America's Empire,  Jonathan M Katz partage son analyse de la série d’articles du New York Times.

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