Haitian Studies Association

What can we do about the violations at the U.S. Border? (September, 27 2021)

April 22, 2022 (Friday): 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Join us in Washington, D.C.!

Library of Congress (Thomas Jefferson Building, Room 119J)


Join LAC&E and cohosts from The Haitians Book Club in a conversation with Jean Casimir, a major voice in Haitian history, who serves as Professor of Humanities at the University of Haiti.

A former Haitian ambassador to the United States (1991 – 1996), Casimir has also held various positions with the United Nations, including United Nations Social Affairs Officer and member of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean.

An interdisciplinary working group, The Haitians Book Club welcomed students and scholars in many discussion over the past year. They also inspired and contributed to Freedom in the Black Diaspora: A Resource Guide for Ayiti Reimagined.

This event is free and open to the public. You may register for the event here.

For those not local to DC, the event will also be livestreamed on The Hatians Book Club's youtube channel.

Note: This event is hosted by The Haitians Book Club

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