Edwidge Danticat:
Stories of Haiti

University of California · 59:33 · Filmed Oct 2004
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In the midst of an earlier crisis, Haitian author Edwidge Danticat reminds us of the contributions of Haiti's vibrant culture and people. This reading offers a timely message for today — as the nation struggles in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake.

Edwidge Danticat’s novels and short stories are fast becoming iconic representations of the immigrant experience — and what it means to be Haitian-American. Full bio



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