Late

Written by Kate Harrison. “Jubi! Don’t be late,” warns Mama Fadhili, youngest of my sisters-in-law, as she pulls her bucket away from the faucet. I slide mine into place, but some water is lost, dark splashes quickly fading in the red-brown dust. Late. In school it did not matter that my mind was quick as…

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Summer Reading: Farewell Fred Voodoo

Note: This article was written by Alexandra Hanson-Harding. Please disregard the WordPress byline. Most people in Haiti live on less than two dollars a day. Hundreds of thousands have been living in tent cities without sanitation since a 2010 hurricane rattled the tiny island nation. Then, a cholera epidemic killed thousands more. They have lived…

Nonstory

Editor’s note: This is the fourth article in a series that will run this week to commemorate the tenth anniversary of 9/11. This isn’t a story about 9/11. This is a story of the story of 9/11. My story. We all have our stories about it. Where we were, how we heard, who we knew…