Patrick Sylvain

Instructor of Haitian Language and Culture, Brown University

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Writer, essayist and poet, and Instructor of Haitian Language and Culture at Brown University's Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; author of the forthcoming book, Framing Violence within the Haitian Context

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Wyclef Jean  was born in Haiti, grew up in Brooklyn and became an international hip-hop star.

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The human disaster in Haiti is hard to describe: mass graves and street-corner cremations with piles of decaying bodies still growing in Port-au-Prince.

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