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Haitian Presidential Debates

A round-up of the first presidential debate in Haiti, sponsored by INURED and Haiti Aid Watchdog.

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Featured, Stories

In Their Voices

“In Their Voices” is a documentary that tells the story of people living in Haiti after the Jan 12th earthquake.
We must help their voices be heard!

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Events, Featured

KozeAyiti goes to Haiti!

As part of our on-going efforts to build media connections in Haiti, two key members of the KozeAyiti team - Tod and Yanick Landess - are traveling to Haiti.

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Rebuilding the State University of Haiti

Rector of the State University of Haiti, Jean-Vernet Henry, discusses the future of his institution and higher education in Haiti following the earthquake. (Filmed April 17, 2010, at the University of Miami).

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Featured, Haitian Community News, Journalism & Communications Media, News Digest, Stories

Six months after: Meditations on Haiti

KozeAyiti presents “Meditations: South Florida Haitians Tell Their Story,” the work of a group of students in the School of Communication at the University of Miami.

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Events

Lesly Jaques

Posted on September 16, 2010

Summer Cultural Event 2010 organized by Lesly Jacques - Frank Etienne & other artists performed - WHSR 980AM - held at Broward College

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News Digest

WHERE EVERY PAIR OF HANDS CAN COUNT

Posted on September 16, 2010

Konbit for Haiti links groups in Haiti aid coalition
http://workshop.com.miami.edu/2010/2010/07/where-every-pair-of-hands-can-count/

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News Digest

KOZE AYITI WEAVES WEB OF COOPERATION: Local volunteers use the Internet to tell Haiti story

Posted on September 16, 2010

http://workshop.com.miami.edu/2010/2010/07/koze-ayiti-weaves-web-of-cooperation/
High school journalists spent three weeks this July on the University of Miami campus reporting and writing on the impact the Jan. 12 earthquake in Haiti had on the Haitian-American community in South Florida. The University of Miami’s School of Communication hosts the program, known as the Peace Sullivan/James Ansin High School Workshop in Journalism [...]

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Stories

A Day In The Life Of KozeAyiti (No.1)

Posted on September 16, 2010

Moses Shumow and Tod Landess are co-founders of “KozeAyiti”, which means conversations with and about Haiti. Koze Ayiti is an initiative devoted to creating better communications between Haiti and the world. Koze Ayiti was created by faculty, staff, and students at the University of Miami School of Communication. Koze Ayiti is working in partnership with [...]

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Stories

WLRN Miami Herald Radio Konbit Podcast

Posted on September 16, 2010

This is a podcast that originally aired on WLRN Miami Herald Radio. During the month of July 2010, three Miami-based organizations: Koze Ayiti, Konbit for Haiti and FANM, were working with MIT students to test out a new program called Konbit. For millions of illiterate Haitians, it could make finding work significantly easier. WLRN-Miami Herald [...]

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Stories

Konbit Developers Interviewed at MIT Media Lab

Posted on September 16, 2010

Following the Miami beta test story, KozeAyiti reporter, Yanick Landess, interviews the Konbit developers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT Media Lab, in Boston on July 22, 2010.

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