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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 »

The Faces of Beyond Borders – a Slideshow

July 23, 2014

All people deserve a life free from slavery, illiteracy, violence and hunger. This is what we believe and this is what we work for every day in Haiti. We're grateful that you've joined us! Please share this photobook of the FacesRead More »

Stories in Steel: Croix des Bouquets

January 27, 2014

Guest contributor Marcus Ellsworth is a poet living in Chattanooga, Tennessee who was a participant in Epple Seed Arts' Artists Pilgrimage to Haiti. (more…)

What’s a ‘social movement’?

November 5, 2013

We get asked this question a lot. Because we don’t always function like many other organizations in Haiti, our work is sometimes a little more, well, challenging to explain. We help Haitians build social movements that they’ve started before usRead More »

From 9 to 25, Youth Changemakers of All Ages

August 12, 2013

In celebration of International Youth Day, we’ve compiled a list of youth changemakers hailing from theBeyond Borders, Haitian, and global communities. Whether their contributions to a better world came yesterday, are here today, or will come tomorrow, we thank them forRead More »