Legacy of 1804 with guest Prof. Patrick Délices this Friday at 9PM Eastern #Haiti #Media

This Friday at 9PM on Legacy of 1804, I will be discussing Haiti and the media with Professor Patrick Délices.  Specifically, we will be discussing this article which he wrote in response to an article in the New York Times: http://www.haitiantimes.com/haitis-revolution-beyond-the-dream/. Take a look and join us for a constructive conversation! For other articles by Prof. Délices, click here: http://www.haitiantimes.com/author/patrick-delices/.

Professor Patrick Delices is an accomplished Pan-African scholar and educator with over 20 years of experience as a public service professional, community activist, researcher, and college professor.
At the Department of Africana Studies at Hunter College, Prof. Delices taught African-American Politics, Caribbean International Relations, African-Caribbean Politics, and the History of Haiti.
Prof. Delices has extensive experience studying abroad, where he has researched the economies of Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. Prof. Delices served on the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council and recently published "The Digital Economy" in the Journal of International Affairs. Prof. Delices also worked as a research fellow for Dr. Leonard Jeffries at the City College of New York and for the late Pulitzer Prize recipient Dr. Manning Marable at Columbia University. In 2012, for his accomplishments and commitment to the global African community, Prof. Delices was awarded the Michael Parkes Distinguished  Alumni Nia Award from New York University, Center for Multicultural Education and Programs. The following year, in 2013, the Black Student Network at Teachers College, Columbia University awarded him with the Outstanding Alumni Award. Currently, Prof. Delices is  a contributing political analyst / social commentator to the Haitian Times, New York Amsterdam News, and Black Star News. 
Prof. Delices holds a BA in International Relations and Black Studies along with a MS un Education Administration and Supervision from the City College of New York. Prof. Delices earned an Ed.M in Higher Education Administration from Teachers College, Columbia University; an MBA in Quantitative Finance, Global Business, and Business Law from the Stern School of Business at New York University; and an MPA in International Economics Policy and Management from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.

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