Eritaj 1804 (Legacy of 1804) sou Yon Ayiti Souvren #LOF1804 #Vètyè

Nan Anivèsè Batay Vètyè zanmi nou Hans Roy, Hugues Girard, Alain Martin, St Arromand Ducarmel ak Mario Louis Jean ap jwenn avèk nou poun diskite kesyon souvrènte nou an 2015.

9è PM Vandredi sila

Men lyen pou ou kapab koute an dirèk ou byen apre anrejstreman: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2015/11/21/legacy-of-1804eritaj-1804-sou-yon-ayiti-souvren. Ou kapab koute tou an dirèk nan  (714) 242-6119.

(Yon lòt vèsyon diskisyon sa-a te fèt annanglè pa gen lontan.)

 Gade resime epizòd semenn dènyè a.


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Legacy of 1804 on Conquering Student Debt #LOF1804

Tonight (Friday) at 9PM guest Natalie Jean-Baptiste, Esq., shares tips on how to deal with crushing student debt. (This show was pre-recorded so there will not be a live Q&A.)

Listen LIVE or Archived at 9pm tonight at http://tobtr.com/s/8070969.

You can also listen on the phone at (714) 242-6119.

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Legacy of 1804 Haiti news and blog review #LOF1804

Join me this Friday at 9PM  as I review recent news and blogs on Haiti and its diaspora. Of note will be the presidential election first round results. How much do they really matter in 2015? 

We will also find out what happened at last weekend's Haitian Creole Symposium.

Listen live or archived at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2015/11/07/legacy-of-1804-haiti-news-and-blog-review-elections-lof1804. Listen live only on the phone at (714) 242-6119.


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Legacy of 1804 on situation in Arcahaie #Haiti #LOF1804

This Friday at 9PM: join me and video blogger Hugues Girard who informed us in the past on the Ile-â-Vache land grab attempts. He will fill us in on similar recent efforts  in Arcahaie, near the vacation spot of choice for Port-au-Princians, Côte des Arcadins.

Listen live or archived at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2015/10/31/legacy-of-1804-on-situation-in-arcahaie-haiti. Listen live only on the phone at (714) 242-6119.


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Legacy of 1804 with Dr. Philippe Lerebours #LOF1804 #Haiti


This Friday at 9PM join host artist Andre Juste as he interviews Dr. Philippe Lerebours on his life and legacy documenting Haitian art history.

Dr. Lerebours is the author of "Haiti et Ses Peintres de 1804 à 1980".  He has a doctorate in Art History from the Sorbonne University in Paris. In a career that spanned decades, he had many responsibilities, including director and curator of the Musée d’Art Haitien du Collège St. Pierre and Head of the National School of the Arts (ENARTS).

He was honored twice this past summer for his lifetime achievements by Haitian organizations in Queens and Brooklyn.

Host Andre Juste  is an artist and art writer evolving in the New York art scene whose work has been noted for defying stereotypes of Haitian art. He has contributed a chapter titled Haitian Art to Henry Louis Gates and Anthony Appiah's Africana: The Encyclopedia of the African and African American Experience.

 Listen online live or archived at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2015/10/24/legacy-of-1804-with-dr-philippe-lerebours-haiti-lof1804. Listen (Live Only) on the phone at (714) 242-6119.

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Legacy of 1804 on what it means to have a sovereign Haiti #LOF1804

Join guest host Hans Roy this Friday at 9PM as he tackles the concept of a sovereign Haiti in today's world.

Hans Roy's Synopsis: As we moved towards the end of the 20th Century, many believed the idea of  the nation state would become the norm, yet the Post Soviet Union and Post  9/11 world displayed  just the opposite. Unipolar, with one Super Power, the world seemed like a very dangerous place for small countries, especially those with resources, unless of course, they were loyal to the Super Power, the bully on the block. Recently, Paul Craig Roberts, who served as Assistant Secretary under Reagan, called European countries "Vassal States" when it comes to their foreign policy. If this is true, how do less powerful countries maintain any semblance of sovereignty? Do Haitians today really care about becoming a sovereign state? Is it something that we will see in our lifetime?     

We will also get a brief overview from Hugues Girard? of the recent protests in Arcahaie against another looming land grab which would redistrict a whole portion of the town under the name Arcadins.

 Listen live or on demand on line at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/pancaribbean/2015/10/17/legacy-of-1804-on-what-does-it-mean-to-have-a-sovereign-haiti. Listen on the phone at 714-242-6119.


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Watch Wikiconference USA on Livestream #LOF1804 #wikiconusa

There will be no Legacy of 1804 tonight as Afrocrowd's new Project Manager Sherry Antoine and I are offering a keynote address at WikiConference USA tomorrow  morning at 10:30AM and I'd rather take the time to put the finishing touches on my presentation.

You can watch the whole conference (set at DC's National Archives) via livestream links available at www.wikiconferenceusa.org

Hashtag on twitter is #wikiconUSA.

See you next week for a new episode hosted by Hans Roy.

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