On Christmas Eve, I called Benite Jeune. He’s a pastor in Vignier (pronounced vin-yay!!), Haiti, about an hour from Port-Au-Prince. Vignier sounds like “beignet,” (pronounced bin-yay!!) the delicious French pastry most often found in New Orleans, Louisiana. I should’ve had … Continue reading
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A poem about Haiti. Still trying to figure out a way to get back. Still praying about it. We’ll see. Once I Saw A Forest Amidst rage there is quiet. Amidst panic there is peace. Amidst the chaos there is … Continue reading
The thought that keeps growing in my mind is how much Haiti itself is disappearing from the news cycle. We’ve moved on to other news, be it noteworthy (oil spill in the Gulf Coast) or not (Britney Spears’ leaked demo … Continue reading
Here’re some more pics from Port-Au-Prince. Now that there’s been some time to reflect, I’ll have a few more thoughts about it in the coming days.
Here’re some pics from Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. Taken from April 12-15 2010. There’ll be more to follow throughout the week. Please check out tylerinhaiti.com to keep reading about a friend of mine doing great work in Port-Au-Prince.