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The time will be adjusted and we expect to leave the Library at 9 PM. Let it be known that we will begin the program promptly at noon.
 
Still Jaspora live blog and ustream crew for the 2010 Symposium on Haiti in Atlanta

 

Let it be known that the 2010 Symposium on Haiti in Atlanta will be live over the net Please, share this mote with your network

 

Tatiana Noel (Still Jaspora co-founder) - Liveblog/discussion

Vanessa Louis (Still Jaspora co-founder) - Liveblog/discussion

Sam Buissereth (Haiti Youth co-founder) - Ustream

Jeff Joseph - (Haiti Youth co-founder) - Ustream

Sylvie Curci - Liveblog/discussion

Lucy Dazilma – Photographer

 

You can view the Symposium at

 http://www.stilljaspora.org/2010-symposium-on-haiti-in-atlanta/

 
 
 

 

2010 Symposium on Haiti in Atlanta , Saturday, July 10 at Noon

Tentative Schedule

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Vente Signature

"Lem pa we soley la" and "Tropical Paradise" (Songs)

Jean Michel Daudier

 

General Authority (Book)

Ms. Lahiny Pierre

 

Haiti's Hidden Treasures (DVD)

Mr. Patrick Dorsainvil

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The Civism Conference:

3rd  Symposium on Haiti

“The Purpose is to celebrate and DISCUSS

THE HISTORY AND FUTURE OF HAITI AND ITS PEOPLE”

 

Auburn Avenue Research Library

Heritage Education Center Auditorium

Saturday, July 10, 2007

Noon to 9:00 p.m.

 

OPENING SESSION

Noon – 12:15pm

 

WELCOME

 

Morris Gardner, Manager/Program Division

Auburn Avenue research Library on African American Culture and History

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System

 

Joseph Alfred, Founder/CEO

The Haitian Community Relations, Inc.

 

 

THE BLESSING

 

Reverend M. A. Brantley, Associate

Minister of Clarkston First Baptist Church

 

National anthems of The United States and Haiti

Devin R. James, Saxophone

  Haiti (The Audience)

 

 

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Overview of Program

12:15pm – 12:30pm

 

Sharon E. Robinson, Manager/Archives Division

Auburn Avenue Research Library on African American Culture and History

Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONFERENCE AGENDA

 

12:30 – 2:00pm

Panel A: Developing an Economic Development Plan for Haiti

Heritage Education Center Auditorium – 4th Floor

 

Post Jan 12 earthquake development in Haiti . No more  hand-outs , offer hand-ups  to ensure a sustainable nation building

Dr. Suchet L. Loois, Sustainable International Development Consultant

 

Toward the Reclamation and Restoration of Haiti

 In order for a shift  in paradigm from poverty reduction to the production of wealth, Haitian Nationals and friends of Haiti interested in the development of Haiti would have to create the institutions designed to break the cycles of Haiti’s economic and security dependency on former colonizers and imperialists. 

A key component of reducing poverty is to regain the power of production and marketing of its own goods nationally and internationally. 

Mr. Mikhail Furnace

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12:30 – 2:00pm

Panel B: The Diasporas Involvement

Authors’ & Writers’ Lounge – 3rd Floor

                                               

The Role of Diasporas in Economic Development and Foreign Relations: A Comparative study"

Dr. Jean-Michel Petit-Bois

 

Noramise

"Empowering the Haitian People in developing and sustaining intentional local industries."

A Short Video on Noramise projects

Ms. Rosedanie Cadet

 

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2:00 – 3:30pm

Panel C:   Haiti and Functional Medicine

 

Heritage Education Center Auditorium – 4th Floor

 

The pharmaceutical industry has greatly contributed to the impressive development of mainstream medicine.  Highly developed countries present the infrastructures required for the miraculous intervention of Emergency medicine in traumas resulting from car accident, heart attack, stroke, asthma crisis, acute appendicitis or septicemia.  This picture is unfortunately considerably altered in a very negative way when it comes to degenerative diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, lupus, sickle cell anemia, arthritis, cancer, alzheimer and parkinson, depression and nutritional disorders. 

 

For all these degenerative conditions Functional Medicine offers more than 90% of optimum results.  Haiti will reverse the medical crisis by making the approach of Functional Medicine the standard practice of Medicine in Haiti .  The whole world will come to Haiti for their health needs.

                                   

 

 

 

 

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3:45 – 4:30pm

Discovering the Beauty of Haiti

Heritage Education Center Auditorium – 4th Floor

 

 

Haiti's Hidden Treasures

Loaded with very good audio-visual information on Haiti it fills you up with a sense of pride for Haiti 's rich culture. It has become one of the most gifted, sought-after, and modern-day visual DVD documentary on Haiti, which connects all Haitians, non-Haitians, friends of Haiti to the rich historical facts, culture and incredible sites ever seen on TV.

Mr. Patrick Dorsainvil

 

 

4:30 – 6:00pm

Panel E: Haitian Government and History

Authors’ & Writers’ Lounge – 3rd Floor

 

"Haiti : an Unconstitutional Republic in the Era of Abama"

Dr. Jacques-Raphael Georges

French & Francophone Cultures

University of New Hampshire , Manchester

 

 

 

4:30 – 6:00pm

Panel F: Sankofa Journeys-Reshaping

                                    the concept of “missions” for Africans of the Diaspora

Heritage Education Center Auditorium – 4th Floor

 

Presenters:  Dr. Itihari Toure and Dr. Kwame’-Osagyego Kalimara

Dr. Itihari Toure, Director for the Center for Afrikan Biblical studies at First Afrikan Church in Lithonia and one of the conveners for the Jegna Collective.

Dr. Kwame’-Osagyego Kalimara, National Secretary of the New Afrikan Peoples Organization, Jegna Collective Convener, and former Morehouse and Spelman College faculty.

They will present a paradigm of study, preparation and service for reciprocal transformation as a healthy construct for missions by African people in the Diaspora.  The Sankofa Journey to Haiti is part of several journeys in the African Diaspora to recover and re-interpret what is means to be African and Christian.  This presentation suggest a way of viewing African religious traditions and the constructive engagement of the African Diaspora which recognizes the mutual restoration and spiritual healing when the content, structure and outcome of missions is grounded upon the strengths of those served rather than the vulnerabilities

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6:00 – 7:30pm

Panel G: Haitian Government and the Global Community

Heritage Education Center Auditorium – 4th Floor

 

Perspectives On the Haitian Revolution and Contributions Made to a New World Order and Haiti Challenges and Opportunities after the January 12, 2010 Earthquake.

Harry Fouche, Chairman Consortium For Haitian Empowerment

Economist State of Illinois Department of Employment Security

Former Consul General of Haiti in New York

 

Haiti’s Second and Last Declaration of Independence:

The Establishment of a New Form of Government

Dr. Joseph Makhandal Champagne , Jr., Juris Doctor, Attorney-at-law, General Counsel of Haitian-American Leadership Council

 

 

6:00 – 7:30pm

Panel H: Haitian Sports in Crisis

Authors’ & Writers’ Lounge – 3rd Floor

 

Le Sport Haitien face au Seisme du 12 janvier 2010

Mr. Guy Joachim, President Federation of Basketball and Volleyball , Haiti

 

 

 

--7:30pm – 8:00pm / Networking Break--

 

 

 


 

7:30 – 8:00 Networking

 

 

8:00pm – 8:30pm

Heritage Education Center Auditorium - 4th Floor

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Mr. Guy Joachim,,

President Federation of Basketball and Volleyball , Haiti

&

Mr. Harry Fouche, (his speech may be done early)

Chairman Consortium For Haitian Empowerment

Former Consul General of Haiti in New York

 

 

8:30 – 9:00pm / Musical Presentations

Heritage Education Center Auditorium – 4th Floor

 

Singer – Jean Michel Daudier

 

 

 

 

Closing Remarks

 

Joseph Alfred, Founder/CEO

The Haitian Community Relations, Inc.

 

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Special Thanks

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Acknowledgements

 

A Special expression of gratitude is extended to

>>>>>>>>>Will be added

Conference Notes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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