Book: HAITI ONCE AGAIN by J.R. Gelincategories: Book, Slavery, Independence, Freedom, Curse, HIV, Aids, Columbus, Caribbean, African, United Nations, Cholera, Stability, Haiti
J.R. Gelinabout this book: Haiti Once Again serves to present and promote the beautiful country of Haiti, located in the Caribbean sea, in a very unique and inspiring way. This book is a vital reference tool that educates people about Haiti, using ideas and concepts from historical research, biblical theology, and contemporary science. Chapters are kept relatively short on purpose, and references are offered so readers can go deeper in any subject, if they so desire. The book analyses important and relevant moments in the country's history, and makes the connection with the HIV/AIDS stigma and its religious counterpart — the myth of the divine curse. Readers will gain a comprehensive understanding of the first black republic of the world, whether they read Haiti Once Again for leisure or in search of educational materials; they will understand why Haiti is great yet small, strong yet weak, and rich yet poor. This is an excellent resource for anyone interested in understanding Haiti and its people.
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