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.
UPDATE: SHOW AUDIO & HIGHLIGHTS
"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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