Category Archives: Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project

I was awarded another grant from the Brooklyn Arts Council for the Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project!  I’ll be conducting another series of creative writing workshops for middle and high school Haitian girls.  This is all part of my teaching … Continue reading

Awards, Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project, Haiti Cultural Exchange, Joseph Zoboi
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On Friday, October 29th, Haiti Cultural Exchange hosted An’n Pale (“let’s talk” in Kreyol)/Cafe Conversations at SHOP TALK ART in Fort Greene, Brooklyn where I discussed the Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project and presented the culminating anthology. Poet Jennifer Celestin … Continue reading

Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project, DAWP, Edwidge Danticat, Haiti, readings, teen girls
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(originally posted on my Kickstarter page.) Well, it’s been two whole months since the culmination of DAWP in Brooklyn. The program was held in the Flatbush Branch Public Library starting on Tuesday, July 20th and ending on Thursday, August 13th. … Continue reading

Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project, DAWP, teen girls
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Posts from my Kickstarter Project. Day 1 (originally posted on 6/23) I’m genuinely pleased with the culmination of the first day of DAWP in Haiti. We had a total of 19 young women in attendance. Again, an excellent job on … Continue reading

Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project, Haiti, teen girls
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Posts from my Kickstarter Project Launching Tomorrow (original post on 6/22/10) I’m in Port-au-Prince now at the offices of FONDASYON FELICITE in the section of Tabarre in a quaint, gated village called Village Theodat. It’s my birthday and the 3volunteers … Continue reading

Daughters of Anacaona Writing Project, Haiti
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