1/20/17

Legacy of 1804 | Wikipedia Day NY and #Wikiindaba17 #LOF1804











Join host Alice of www.kiskeacity.com as she shares clips and insights from her recent attendance of Wikipedia Day NYC and of the Wiki Indaba 2017 Conference in Accra, Ghana. (One of the interviews played on the show will be in French with a translation provided afterward.)

Includes short clips of:

  • Linda Fletcher, Afrocrowd member, on documenting activism -- Wikipedia Day 2017
  • Dominique Eliane, Wikipedian from Côte d'Ivoire -- Wiki Indaba 2017
  • Alice Backer, Afrocrowd founder, on multilingual aspects of Wikipedia -- Wikipedia Day 2017
  • Felix Nartey, wikipedian and Founder of Open Foundation West Africa, Organizer of Wiki Indaba 2017, Opening remarks -- Wiki Indaba 2017




See pre-and post-show notes at kiskeacity.com.


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1/12/17

Legacy of 1804 | Frandley Julien on Le National Daily #LOF1804









Join me this Friday at 9PM  as I welcome Frandley Julien of the new Haitian daily Le National which can be found online at www.lenational.org.

We'll discuss the paper's genesis and circulation, its reception in the Haitian community, its decision to maintain a print edition and of course the latest in the Haitian politics it covers.


The show will stream live here or you can listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2017/01/14/legacy-of-1804-frandley-julien-of-daily-le-national or on the phone at 714-242-6119.






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1/5/17

Legacy of 1804 | Our Vision for 2017 #LOF1804 #Haiti











Join Pascal Robert of Black Agenda Report,  Hugues Girard and me this Friday night at 9PM as we resume last week's the Key Moments of 2016 list and discuss a vision for 2017.

This is a continuation of last week's Key Moments in 2016 discussion.




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12/29/16

Legacy of 1804 | Key Moments in 2016 #LOF1804














This Friday at 9PM, join me and guest co-host Hugues Girard to review key Haitian and global political moments in 2016.


The show will stream live here or you can listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2016/12/31/legacy-of-1804-key-moments-in-2016-lof1804 or on the phone at 714-242-6119.





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12/20/16

Legacy of 1804 | Joel Dreyfuss is Back Live #LOF1804 #Haiti













This Friday night at 9PM, join me as I welcome journalist Joel Dreyfuss again, this time live. When he was last here we discussed his Washington Post article Only Haitians Can Save Haiti, the media's failure to predict Trump's win and his forthcoming book on 300 years of his family in
Haiti. See notes here. This time he will answer questions left unanswered from the last show and we will also discuss other articles such as The Helplessness of Haiti -- no we don't love this title -- and Donald Trump Discovers Haiti.

Joel has been a top editor at the leading technology magazines, a
senior editor and Tokyo bureau chief at Fortune, New York bureau chief of USA Today, executive editor of Black Enterprise and a feature writer and music critic for The Washington Post. He was managing editor of The Root from 2009 to 2011. He co-authored The Bakke Case: The Politics of Inequality. A native of Haiti and long-time New Yorker, Joel now lives in Paris, where he is completing a book about his family’s 300-year involvement with Haiti.



Read the articles:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/global-opinions/only-haitians-can-save-haiti/2016/08/23/2191e962-6978-11e6-ba32-5a4bf5aad4fa_story.html?utm_term=.411afade24b9

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/global-opinions/wp/2016/10/20/the-helplessness-of-haiti/?utm_term=.a19110dcf908

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/global-opinions/wp/2016/10/12/donald-trump-discovers-haiti/?utm_term=.f5e14599d553


The show will stream live here or you can listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2016/12/24/legacy-of-1804-joel-dreyfuss-is-back-live-lof1804 or on the phone at 714-242-6119.




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12/14/16

Legacy of 1804 | Dady Chery on Haiti Elections, New Book #LOF1804













This Friday at 9PM, join me and co-host  Daniella Bien-Aimé of the Bien-Aimé Post as we welcome journalist and professor Dady Chéry to discuss the latest Haiti election and its aftermath as well as her book We Have Dared to Be Free.

Dady Chery is the Editor of Haiti Chery and Co-Editor in Chief of News
Junkie Post. She an associate professor in the biological sciences and the
author of We Have Dared to Be Free: Haiti’s Struggle Against Occupation.
Chery is a Haitian-born journalist, playwright, essayist, and poet. Her
broad interests encompass science, culture, and human rights. She writes
extensively about Haiti and world issues such as climate change,
displacement, and inequality. Her many contributions to Haitian news
include the first proposal that Haiti’s cholera had been imported by the
United Nations, the revelation of a second cholera infection by the UN
from Bangladesh after 2012, and the first description of Haiti’s mineral
wealth for a popular audience.



You can listen online at kiskeacity.com, at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2016/12/17/legacy-of-1804-dady-chery-on-haiti-elections-new-book-lof1804 or on the phone at 714-242-6119.










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12/7/16

Legacy of 1804 with Sokari Ekine #LOF1804 #Haiti #Nigeria







This Friday at 9PM,  join me as I welcome photographer Sokari Ekine of blacklooks.org to discuss her photo exhibit Spirit Desire inspired by her journey through Haiti and its spirituality as a journalist, educator, IDP Camp volunteer and mobile clinic attendant. The exhibit opens at Calabar Gallery in Harlem on January 25, 2017.

Sokari is a Nigerian activist, writer and photographer whose work and writing is engaged with pan-Africanist, anti-imperialist, femnist and environmental politics — in both Haiti and Nigeria. She has written for academic journals, anthologies and news publications including Pambazuka News, Feminist Africa and New Internationalist and she is the editor of Blood and Oil: Testimonies of Violence from Women of the Niger Delta, SMS Uprising: Mobile Phone Activism in Africa, and with Firoze Manji, African Awakening: The Emerging Revolutions.


You can listen online at kiskeacity.com, at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2016/12/10/legacy-of-1804-with-sokari-ekine-lof1804-haiti-nigeria or on the phone at 714-242-6119.




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12/1/16

Legacy of 1804 | Fidel Castro and Haiti #LOF1804












Join me this Friday at 9PM as I welcome Dr. Paul Camy Mocombe, an Assistant Professor at West Virginia State University, to discuss Fidel Castro and Haiti.

Dr. Mocombe is a social theorist interested in race, class and globalization. He is the author of Jesus and the Streets, Race and Class Distinctions Within Black Communities; Language, Literacy, and Pedagogy in Postindustrial Societies; A labor Approach to the Development of the Self or Modern Personality: The Case of Public Education, Education in Globalization; Mocombe’s Reading Room Series; and The Mocombeian Strategy: The Reason for, and Answer to Black Failure in Capitalist Education.



You can listen online at kiskeacity.com, at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2016/12/03/legacy-of-1804-fidel-castro-and-haiti-lof1804 or on the phone at 714-242-6119.



You can listen to past shows on iTunes by searching keywords 'Legacy of 1804'. Past shows are also available at http://www.kiskeacity.com/search/label/LOF1804. On Twitter: react to or ask questions by using the hashtag #LOF1804.




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