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The institute’s main commitment is to engage in analysis and research to better understand policies and projects girded toward Haiti and the Haitian community, and policies that link scholarship programs on Haiti to social actions impacting the lives of Haitian populations and other racial and ethnic communities.
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Obden Mondésir, the Haitian Studies Institute’s inaugural archivist, is designing a collection that honors the lives of revolutionaries and everyday citizens alike.
The pair of rising leaders visited to inspire youth participating in the Young Scholars Civics Institute.
After 17 years, Jennifer Matisi ’98 came back to work at Brooklyn College and rediscovered what she had loved about the campus.
2900 Bedford Avenue
1108 Boylan Hall
Brooklyn, NY 11210
P: 718.951.5000, ext. 5187, 1413, or 1496
For archive-related inquiries, please contact:
Obden Mondésir, HSI Archivist
P: 718.951.5000 x2123
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