Inspiration can come from many places. Often, it’s something simple that catches your eye and your curiosity, sparking new thinking or a flash of insight, while we love to highlight tourism or the wonderful dishes of Haiti, we try to keep you inspired with positive stories like this one posted on our Haitian American sister Karen Civil, Live Civil site.
The need to help people is evident, especially when it comes to children, and for a group of students at the Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA, that sentiment is strong.
According to USA Today, a French class at RMC started an initiative deemed Little French Books in order to provide children’s books for an underprivileged school in Haiti. The campaign, led by professor Jennifer Shotwell, is put in place to help the children of Haiti be able to fluently speak French, the language required for students to advance in school in Haiti. – Continue Reading Here