Of all the great, big news that Sticking Up For Children
has to share, toward close of this Year of Trials 2020, the COMPLETION of recordings of the 25 Modules and Lessons in Madame Franck-Paul's 243-page textbook for first-year students across Haiti, Mon Livre Unique, speaks most for perseverance and game-changing breakthroughs.
Now it's done. Month after month the team of students,
teachers and technicians has worked. Despite "the COVID"--despite shortages of food and outages of electricity--despite schools being closed between March and September--the team has pressed on.
Below is a sample of the team's work during August--when it's hotter in Port-au-Prince than even New Orleans.
You can review for yourself our Months of this year. Good
things went forward from January on. The Concert honoring Kidd Jordan, the Days honoring Tim Green and
Germaine Bazzle, the excerpts from Haiti's 1805 Constitution, the support from Boukman Eksperyans, Alex de Grassi, John Sinclair, Cole Williams, Frey Vineyards, Kavanaugh Farr, Jim Van Dine, Dave Meggyesy, Sarah Elizabeth Charles, Angela King and
her Gallery, Ken and Melba Ferdinand, and many, many more and sometimes by their choice anonymous, ... but nothing realized over the past 12 months so speaks to the greatness of people and their reaIization of aspirations as the team of a score or so at computers and mics completing their project.
It can bring Universal Literacy to Haiti, as Madame Franck
Paul and other of our partners have worked to achieve.
Its model can bring Universal Literacy to every place and
every language. At last the digital universe can bestow a