November 2020

 School Everywhere Done! Students Ace Exams!

Award to Madame Franck Paul! Projet HOPE in

New Orleans and Haiti! Students translate poets from five Continents! Songs from Jonathan

Richman and Kenton Hulme! David Amram, Jack
Kerouac, Victor Hugo, and more Lagniappe for

Learning!

What accomplishments conclude the year of 2020 for

Sticking Up For Children's partners!

Madame Marie-Marthe Balin Franck Paul on November

20 received the Prix Rochombe for her decades of work

in educating Haitians. More than 20,000 have graduated

College Canape-Vert in Port-au-Prince since Madame

Franck Paul founded the College in 1974.

On November 25 journalist Claude Bernard Serant 

reported on a New Orleans-to-Haiti partnership that

presents street-signs of literal HOPE. Begun by

Galleryist Jonathan Ferrara and associates such as Pat

Jolly, the 'Projet' is about residents resisting despair

and instead transforming crises into empowerment for

themselves and communities.

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SCHOOL EVERYWHERE

Universal literacy in Haiti is seven Modules closer to reality.

LAGNIAPPE FOR LEARNING

A song from Jonathan Richman, "I Can't Shift (Oh Yes You Can!)".

 

David Amram in French on native languages' richness and on Jack Kerouac's reciting Victor Hugo in Jack's French-Canadian.

SCHOOL EVERYWHERE & LAGNIAPPE FOR LEARNING!

Students in Haiti translate great poets into Kréyol.