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Rx for COVID-19 vaccine mistrust
Canada, Columns

Rx for COVID-19 vaccine mistrust

Building understanding and driving widespread vaccine adoption is a long, winding journey. It entails having PHA work closely with ethnic community leaders and calls for the QAnon conspiracy terrorists to be designated as a public threat.

Introducing…Bitcoin, Crypto and Tech
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Introducing…Bitcoin, Crypto and Tech

Automation and the fusion of technologies, such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, robotics and others have propelled society – a reboot of sorts. The COVID-19 pandemic also accelerated this paradigm shift. Yet, key segments of the global population are not prepared to keep pace or take advantage of the possibilities ahead. Which makes this column that much timelier and more relevant.

Which constitution for which Haiti?
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Which constitution for which Haiti?

A constitution governs the relationship between the people and their government as it reflects nations’ socio-political realities. It is to a country what the Bible is to Christianity.

A doctor’s dream for the future
Columns, Travel

A doctor’s dream for the future

Between college courses, he worked as a medical translator for two clinics staffed by volunteers coming from the U.S. Nurses from one of the clinics knew of Plonquet’s dream and recognized his determination. They offered to pay for his medical schooling at Université Quisqueya in Port-au-Prince.

Social dilemma: Haitian-Americans know whom to vote for, but are clueless about why to vote
Columns, Opinion

Social dilemma: Haitian-Americans know whom to vote for, but are clueless about why to vote

Haitian-Americans’ position is clear: they will vote Democrat because Biden is better off dealing with political corruption and bad governance in Haiti, the country Trump called shithole. They will vote against the Republican establishment because Trump will cancel TPS while Biden promises he will renew or extend it for the thousands of Haitians who are no longer at risk of deportation because of it. If only Haitian-Americans are allowed to vote, Trump will lose by a tidal wave.

Hurricane
Columns, Nonprofits, Travel

Hurricane

Hundreds of charities directed their focus to the country when the hurricanes hit. Mike and I received calls and emails from our connections involved with international relief. They knew emergency procedures, but not the island. They were heading to the northwest sector, near Gonaives, where the most severe destruction occurred. We asked, but no one was interested in the south where Lamontay lay.

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