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Aristide, Jean-Bertrand. Eyes of the Heart: Seeking a Path for the Poor in the Age of Globalization, ed . by Laura Flynn. ?>ml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Pr., 2000.
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Charles, Jacqueline. “New education system may rise from Haiti’s ruins.” Miami Herald 17 Aug. 2010.
Danticat, Edwidge. “Living and Loving through Tragedy.” Sojourners March 2010:10-11. http://blog.sojo.net/2010/02/02/haiti-living-and-loving-through-tragedy/
Dempsey, Pam G. “Helping Out a Neighbor.” Illinois Alumni May/June 2010:14-18. http://illinois.edu/lb/article/2500/40186
__________. “What Lies Beneath.” Illinois Alumni May/June 2010:19.
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Freeman, Melanie Stetson. “A Baby and a Plea.” The Christian Science Monitor 7 March 2011:45. [Freeman, long-time photographer for the Monitor, tells of being asked to take a young baby boy in Port-au-Prince when she was there for one-year-follow-up photos after the earthquake, urged by the maternal grandmother of the few-months-old baby, “Just hold him” (as way of persuading/urging her to take the baby). She concludes, “This is a story I tell to explain to people how the recovery is going in Haiti.”]. http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/The-Home-Forum/2011/0307/Haiti-earthquake-aftermath-A-baby-and-a-plea-for-help
Haiti: A Slave Revolution—200 years after 1804, ed. by Pat Chin, Greg Dunkel, Sara Flounders, & Kim Ives. NY: International Action Center, 2004, updated 2010. [essays by Ramsey Clark, Edwidge Danticat, Ben Dupuy, Paul Laraque, the editors, and others (including Frederick Douglass (!)); divided into five sections: Haiti in History, Aristides’ Election, After the Coup, After the Second U.S. Occupation, & The Coup and the Earthquake, 2004-2010].
Haiti: Rebati Lavi (special issue). Oxfam Exchange Summer 2010 (whole issue).
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Sachs, Jeffrey D. “Are those dirty US fingerprints on Aristide’s ouster?” The Christian Science Monitor 8 March 2004:9. http://www.csmonitor.com/2004/0308/p09s02-cogn.html
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Yerkey, Gary G. “Cori Wegener Is Saving Haiti’s Treasures. Her Goal—Build a Quick Response to Other Cultural Disasters.” [in series “People Making a Difference”] The Christian Science Monitor 7 March 2011:47. [Wegener has worked to salvage three important murals from Holy Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, in downtown Port-au-Prince, and has worked elsewhere after disasters to save cultural treasures that otherwise might have been looted or destroyed.]
Testament of Youth Book Review, by David Lambert:
I am reading an inspiring book: Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain; the book which the movie of the same name comes from. Ms. Brittain experienced numerous personal losses during the first WW and was a nurse for several years caring for war wounded. She wrote a powerful book and one in which she became increasingly against the terrible ugliness, futility, and immorality of war. Throughout the rest of her life, she was an ardent messenger and activist for nonviolence. I strongly encourage reading of this book for a sobering and extremely poignant account of her experiences just prior to, during, and after that horrendous war.
A passage from this book: "I wish those people who write so glibly about this being a holy War, and the orators who talk so much about going on no matter how long the War lasts and what it may mean, could see a case--to say nothing of 10 cases--of mustard gas in its early stages--could see the poor things burnt and blistered all over with great mustard-coloured suppurating blisters, with blind eyes--sometimes temporally, sometimes permanently--all sticky and stuck together, and always fighting for breath, with voices a mere whisper, saying that their throats are closing and they know they will choke."