This article is part of a series focusing on prominent Haitian-Americans that The Haitian Times has profiled in the past. Titled “What they did next”, the series features well-known members of the diaspora, including writers, entrepreneurs and community advocates.
Danielle Legros Georges recalls speaking to a class to review one of her poems, “Everyone Loves a Good Villain.” The students at Pine Minor College thought it was addressing the murder of Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman’s trial, which was taking place at the time.
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