RECONSTRUCTING HAITI: Current Conditions, Lessons Learned and the Future Speaker Series
Fragments: Haiti Four Years after the Earthquake opened on January 24, 2014.Based on the activist anthropology of Professor Mark Schuller, this powerful exhibit explores the lives and living conditions of Haitians today. The NIU Anthropology Museum developed a program series to coincide with this exhibit entitled, Reconstructing Haiti: Current Conditions, Lessons Learned and the Future. The program series hosted speakers, films and performances each month both on NIU’s main campus and in Chicago. Podcasts from these events are available below.
February 25, 2014 , 1:30 pm - NIU Center for Black Studies
Combatting Sexual Violence in Haiti: Lessons From the Field with Malya Villard-Appollon, 2012 CNN Hero of the Year and co-founder of KOFAVIV in Haiti, an organization that supports survivors of sexual assault.
May 6, 2014 - Celebrating Creativity and Activism in Haiti featuring Haitian artist, Hérold Alvares and Activist Jackson Doliscar
Fragments: Haiti Four Years After the Earthquake, will be available to travel beginning in June 2014. Click here for rental details or contact the museum's Director, Jennifer Kirker-Priest at firstname.lastname@example.org.