Legacy of 1804 Show #6 with guest Patrick Délices #Haiti #Media (AUDIO)

On this Friday's Legacy of 1804, Professor Patrick Délices and I discussed Haiti and the media today and in history.

Specifically, we discussed this article which he wrote in response to an article in the New York Times: http://www.haitiantimes.com/haitis-revolution-beyond-the-dream/. We also discussed this article about the Founding Mothers of the Haitian nation: http://www.haitiantimes.com/manman-peyi-nou-the-founding-mothers-of-haiti/.

For other articles by Prof. Délices, click here: http://www.haitiantimes.com/author/patrick-delices/.

Professor Patrick Delices is a Pan-African scholar who taught Black Politics, Caribbean International Relations, African-Caribbean Politics, and the History of Haiti. Currently, Prof. Delices is  a contributing political analyst / social commentator to the Haitian Times, New York Amsterdam News, and Black Star News. He holds an Ed.M.,and MPA from Columbia University and an MBA from NYU Stern.

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