- Monday, May. 6 2013
- Thursday, Mar. 7 2013
- Wednesday, May. 16 2012
From Haiti’s revolutionary history, to its totalitarian dynasty that ruled for decades, to the 2010 earthquake, this island nation has become synonymous with poverty and dysfunction. Yet through it all shines a people’s creative culture and resilience.
During her three decades covering the country, journalist and Haitian expert Amy Wilentz has seen Haitians overcome all kinds of hardship. Still struggling to rebuild from the 2010 earthquake, Haiti now finds itself awash with well-meaning, and sometimes misguided, characters: movie stars turned aid workers, musicians running for president and a former US president working as a house builder. Wilentz will explore the evolution of Haiti’s vibrant culture and dysfunctional government.
Friday, 01/25 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM
World Affairs Council
312 Sutter Street, Suite 200
San Francisco, CA 94108