NY Times “open air exhibit” and Haitians farmers
Final Panel Checklist
1. Prepare final 250 word text 2. Our point of view 3. Select+caption 4 pictures 4. Choose dates for timeline 5. Ask Annie if its appropriate to have grad students preview their digital project as part of panel in some way
Questions (both broad and specifically for Liz) – What long term goals does Liz have for this project? – What motivated her to involve so many different schools and types of people – Should a 9/11 museum be built on site? What will it achieve? – Can/should politics be separated from the construction of Museums? […]
What are human rights? Who decides?
Here is a good editorial that I found, it has a lot of quotes in it: Arnesen Editorial
The Haitian Experience: How did the Haitians in Guantanamo become from refugees to prisoners? From refugees to prisoners: Why couldn’t Haitians seek asylum in a country which caused their dispossession? Inmates by default: How did America’s superpower status shape Haiti’s history, politics and society?
Interesting ebook Entitled “Voices of Haiti”
Ideas for big questions!
1. There are multiple narratives from different groups of Haitian refugees at Guantanamo. The HIV “prison camp” is one compelling narrative, but there are also the stories of everyone that didn’t even make it to the base because they were turned back at sea (doing immigration trials without lawyers, the bias demonstrated in these trials). […]