Tales of Port-au-Prince: Letting Haitians Speak For Themselves

The following appears as the foreword to Lavil: Life, Love, and Death in Port-au-Prince.   It is the morning of the feast of Corpus Christi, fe╠éte Dieu, in Port-au-Prince. The sun rises early and fast, along with a chorus of voices singing hymns. Altar boys in flowing white robes and girls in long, spotless communion … Continue reading Tales of Port-au-Prince: Letting Haitians Speak For Themselves