Lessons From Isaac

Drawing parallels between his native New Orleans and Haiti, writer Lolis Eric Elie writes a short and compelling piece on why we should care ... " Haiti is similar (to New Orleans). If you took it out of the world market picture, financial markets would not collapse. But if you took Haiti out of the cultural picture through its music, its architecture, its visual arts, we as a world community would be greatly impoverished."

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