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Dreaming in Haiti

January 18, 2016

When the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. announced his dream from atop the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, it seemed impossibly idealistic. In the midst of the deeply ingrained racism of the early 1960s, he dreamt that his "fourRead More »

Sunday’s Election in Haiti: What We Witnessed

November 1, 2015

Sunday's Election in Haiti: What We Witnessed. Beyond Borders' own Brian Stevens has a letter to the editor in The Miami Herald about accompanying some of our Haitian colleagues to vote on Sunday Oct. 25. (more…)

Nou pap janm bliye

January 12, 2015

Today we remember the estimated 300,000 who died in the earthquake that struck Haiti five years ago this afternoon. We still grieve the loss of so many we loved. We also acknowledge the tireless work of so many who have rebuilt --Read More »

Thank You for Supporting Schools Not Slavery

January 1, 2015

Thanks to everyone who supported Schools Not Slavery! With the help of hundreds of generous donors, we reached our goal to fully fund 25 schools in villages where children are especially vulnerable to becoming enslaved. (more…)