The connections between New Orleans and Haiti run deep. The threads that stitch the two together began unspooling during European colonization of the New World. Both colonies were controlled at times by the Spanish and French, and both were major destinations for the forced migration of enslaved Africans.
The bond was cemented by the Saint-Domingue revolution,…Continue
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Inspired by a visit to New Mexico in 1921, with its profound geological structures of mesas, rolling hills, and ancient eroded canyons, contrasted with a light-infused expanse of sky, Raymond Jonson made an important decision. He vowed to return to this place that captivated him and resonated with his ideas about the connection between the inner and outer…Continue
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