Thinking Seriously About Haiti
On January 27, 2010, shortly after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, faculty members from the departments of African American Studies, Philosophy, and Political Science spoke about the sources of poverty and autocracy in Haiti and about how Haiti has been affected by U.S. policy and history.
Faculty panelists, left to right: Ruth Groff (standing), J. D. Bowen, Katrina Thompson,
Stefan Bradley, and Michael Barber, S. J.
J.D. Bowen, from the Department of Political Science, speaks.
Student interest exceeded the capacity of the room.