9/12/14

Legacy of 1804 with National Association of Haitian Professionals (NAHP)












Join me tonight at 9PM as I welcome NAHP members Marjorie Brennan and Esther Dupervil to discuss NAHP's 2014 Annual Conference taking place at Harvard University on November 14th and 15th.

Listen live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/09/13/legacy-of-1804-with-national-association-of-haitian-professionals-lof1804 or on the phone at 323-927-2913.

For more visit the NAHP website at http://nahpusa.org/.

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9/5/14

Legacy of 1804 with Ayiti Resurrect #Haiti #LOF1804 #djaspora









My guests tonight are the ladies of Ayiti Resurrect, an organization for Haitian Diaspora and afrodescendant involvement in Haiti. The ladies of of Ayiti Resurrect also foster farming by Afrodescendants in NY state.

Ayiti Resurrect is a team of visionary artists, community builders, holistic healers, and organic farmers with bloodlines in Haiti and the African Diaspora, working in collaboration with a rural community in Leogane to support the healing and upliftment of the survivors of the January 12, 2010 earthquake in Haiti.

See more at www.ayitiresurrect.org.

Listen tonight at 9PM at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/09/06/legacy-of-1804-with-ayiti-resurrect-lof1804-haiti or 323-927-2913.

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"So much of what we do is based in skill share. Looking at what we have collectively as a diaspora as real fuel, sustainability, as resource to take care of ourselves." - Beatrice Anderson

"It is important for us to realize how powerful our skill set is in order to affirm our idea around sovereignty." - Beatrice Anderson

"A big part of our mission is reaffirming for ourselves and for our family community in Haiti that we have all that we need." - Beatrice Anderson

" So many of what the NGO and neo-colonial models are are methods of  trying to eliminate that chance of us looking at what we have to bring to the table." - Beatrice Anderson


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8/29/14

Legacy of 1804 with Dayanne Danier #Haiti









Join me tonight at 9PM EA as I welcome fashion designer Dayanne Danier of Fleur de Vie and Bien Abyé. Fleur de Vie takes place every fall and brings diaspora volunteers to Haiti for a back to school event. Bien Abyé is Dayanne's fashion line.


Listen LIVE at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/08/30/legacy-of-1804-with-dayanne-danier-haiti or 323-927-2913.



UPDATE: SHOW AUDIO

We discussed ways for the diaspora to creatively fund their initiatives in Haiti, without  "international" or foundation funding. Dayanne happens to be mostly funded by Haiti-based businesses. "The concept of Haitians helping Haitians is often overlooked but I don't think Fleur de Vie would have been possible without the help of Haitian companies," said Dayanne.   Katleen Felix from Haitian Hometown Associations Ressource Group (HHTARG) called in and was enthusiastic about this Haitian funded Haitian diaspora initiative. (Check my twitter feed @kiskeacity for Katleen's chime ins during the show.)

To sign up for Fleur de Vie which takes place in late September of this year, visit www.fleurdevieonline.com.

To browse Dayanne's fashion collection Bien Abyé visit http://www.dayannedanier.com/#!/HOME. Note this lovely scarf she has designed proceeds of which go to Fleur de Vie:  http://ht.ly/ASPv0.



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8/22/14

Legacy Of 1804 Haiti News and Blog Review #LOF1804






Join me TONIGHT as I review recent news and blogs about Haiti and Haitians.

Listen live at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/08/23/legacy-of-1804-haiti-news-and-blog-review-lof1804 or on the phone at (323) 927-2913.

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.

TO SIGN UP FOR THE FREE NEWSLETTER AND/OR INVEST INTO MY EFFORTS, TEXT YOUR EMAIL TO 917-746-7050.

UPDATE - SHOW AUDIO -  UNFORTUNATELY TONIGHT'S SHOW ARCHIVE CAME OUT BLANK AND I AM STILL TRYING TO UNDERSTAND WHY

We discussed the following articles, not necessarily in this order. I will try to discuss them again in a future show.

American Airlines next stop: Cap-Haïtien, Haiti - Haiti - MiamiHerald.com http://ht.ly/ADpna

'Ferguson police behaved like occupying forces' - YouTube http://ht.ly/ADpk9

BRICS Bank Challenges the Exorbitant Privilege of the US Dollar | Black Agenda Report http://ht.ly/ADpuf

Haitian Migrants Turn Toward Brazil - The New Yorker http://ht.ly/ADpFd

Haiti Uncovered Cookbook http://ht.ly/ADpmC

In Hashtag Protest, 'Black Twitter' Shows Its Strength : NPR http://ht.ly/ADpw1

Haitians mark revolution birth • Caribbean Life http://ht.ly/ADprL

Agwe Ceremony (Haitian Family Day) http://ht.ly/ADptw


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8/15/14

Legacy of 1804 on Bwa Kayiman #Haiti #LOF1804







Join host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com as she discusses the Bwa Kayiman ceremony with Dr. Jerry Gilles and Yvrose Gilles of www.bookmanlit.com. The Bwa Kayiman ceremony kicked off the Haitian Revolution on August 14, 1791.

Doctor Jerry M. Gilles and Yvrose Gilles are co-editors of Bookmanlit.com a site that promotes study of Haitian-African culture. They have written several books and articles and have lectured at universities and museums. They have appeared on radio and television programs to talk about various aspects of Haitian History and Religion. Their most recent books include Bicentennial: Haiti's Gift to the World and Remembrance: Roots, Rituals, and Reverence in Vodou.

Doctor Jerry M. Gilles, specializes in High Risk Obstetrics. He graduated from Columbia University and obtained his doctorate in Medicine at the SUNY at Stony Brook.

Ms. Gilles obtained her undergraduate degree from Barnard College of Columbia University and obtained a Master of Science degree at Teacher's College of Columbia University. By family tradition, Ms. Gilles is descendant of both Dahomey and Kongo. By genetic analysis, she is also descendant of the Mede people of the Ivory Coast.

Listen Online http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/08/16/legacy-of-1804-on-bwa-kayiman-haiti or on the phone at (323) 927-2913. 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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8/8/14

Legacy of 1804 with Manbo Dòwòti Désir #Haiti #Langlois #Africa






Join me as I welcome Manbo Dòwòti Désir for her second visit tonight 8/8 at 9PM EA. We discuss her new book Goud Kase Goud  as well as Catholic Cardinal Langlois' recent statements on Vodou to the british publication The Guardian. Manbo Dòwòti recently published a rebuttal to Langlois that you can read here:
http://dowodesir.wordpress.com/2014/07/24/erasing-memory-the-miseducation-of-a-cardinal/. We will read and discuss it tonight.

Dòwòti Désir is a Manbo Asogwe and a scholar of Haitian Vodou. She is the Founder and President of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action Watch Group (www.ddpawatchgroup.info). She utilizes interfaith exchanges and cultural diplomacy to facilitate better understanding of AfroAtlantic spiritual systems in the global North. She has written extensively about the contemporary and sacred arts of the African Diaspora, its religions and sociopolitical issues impacting the global African community. Her recent book Goud kase goud: Conjuring Memory in Spaces of the AfroAtlantic focuses on the right to memory, the built environment, and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. She is a graduate of Barnard College and has a Master's degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. - See more at: http://www.kiskeacity.com/search?q=dowoti+#sthash.zB9DkSMl.dpuf


Listen live or archived at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/08/09/legacy-of-1804-with-manbo-dwti-dsir-haiti-langlois.
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7/25/14

Legacy of 1804 with Chef David Destinoble #Haiti #Brouhaha






Join me tonight at 9PM EA as I welcome Haiti-based Chef David Destinoble, the star of this Saturday's Matinée Brouhaha! at La Caye in Brooklyn, NY.

 Originally from St. Marc, Haiti, Chef David moved to Florida at a young age. He later studied Culinary Arts at Johnson and Wales University, where he learned the fundamentals and developed his own unique style and flair. He worked his way up the ranks at some of Miami’s most exclusive restaurants and hotels, such as Chez Danielle, La Belle Auberge, and The Hilton. Chef David has now moved back to Haiti where he is a private chef. He has represented Haiti in Australia, Ireland, St. Thomas and many countries around the globe and has cooked for the likes of British Prime Minister Tony Blair. He is the Founding Member and Vice President of The Haitian Culinary Alliance USA, a non-profit organization which promotes Haitian culture and gastronomy, while bringing to the forefront the many talented Chefs of Haitian and Caribbean descent.

Tickets to Matinée Brouhaha! which takes place tomorrow Saturday 7/26 from 2 to 6PM can be purchased at www.lacayebk.com.

Matinée Brouhaha!  is a four course, three wine pairing feast designed by Chef Davidson D. Destinoble. The meal which will be offered on Saturday July 26 from 2-6PM  will be preceded by a 45 minute wine and hors d’oeuvres tasting. The word BROUHAHA though French  is believed to come from the hebrew "barúkh habá" meaning “welcome” --  literally “blessed is he who comes”. Menu items such as Salade Frisée avec Vinaigrette Anse-à-Veau au Miel and Acra d’Écrevisse de St Marc au Chutney de Mangue reflect Chef David’s origins in the Haitian seaside town of St-Marc and his professional skills in modern cooking trends. Chef David’s culinary philosophy and vision fall in line with  the growing trend towards a healthier and more down-to-earth lifestyle. His preference is to allow the natural flavor of food to express itself.

Listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/07/26/legacy-of-1804-with-chef-david-destinoble-haiti or on the phone at 323-927-2913.

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7/18/14

Legacy of 1804 with MrJeffDess #KreyolKorner #LOF1804






Join me tonight at 9PM  as I welcome author, poet, comedian and educator MrJeffDess (Jeffery Dessources) to Legacy of 1804 to discuss his latest book Deconstructing Ratchet, his upcoming Kreyòl Korner Poetry Series at La Caye and maybe even his musings on Haitians in Hip Hop.

Listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/blackwholeradio/2014/07/19/legacy-of-1804-with-mrjeffdess-spokenword-lof804 or on the phone at 323-927-2913.


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