Tuesday, June 23, 2015

2015. Pilgrimage to Haiti. October 14-18, 2015

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Pilgrimage to Haiti (The First Black Republic) October 14-18, 2015 Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Haiti Support Project
The Experience of a Lifetime
The Experience of a Lifetime
2015 marks the 20th anniversary of the founding of the Haiti Support Project (HSP). During that time, as an Initiative of the Institute of the Black World 21st Century, HSP has emerged as the leading African American organization “building a constituency for Haiti in the U.S.,” partnering with our Haitian sisters and brothers to support the process of democracy and development in the First Black Republic in this hemisphere. Contrary to media portrayals, Haiti is a beautiful nation with vibrant, energetic, resilient, culturally and politically conscious people who yearn for a better future. Haiti’s culture and people are its greatest assets. We believe that every person of African descent should visit Haiti once in a lifetime. This Pilgrimage will afford you an opportunity for a cultural-historical immersion with the Haitian people – the highlight of which will be a tour of the magnificent citadel and Sans Souci Palace. Haiti also has some of the most unique hotels and incredible beaches in the Caribbean and you will experience them. Finally, you will witness the work of HSP in Haiti via our various projects/programs associated with the Model City Initiative in Milot in the northern region of the country at the foot of the Citadel! So, don’t hesitate, sign-up today and embark on the experience of a lifetime with other socially conscious people, interested in learning about and supporting our sisters and brothers in Haiti!
For the Love of Haiti!
Dr. Ron Daniels, President,
Founder, HSP
What You Need to Know to Get on Board
Limited to Forty Friends of Haiti on a First Come First Serve Basis
● Cost: $1,600 per person from selected cities inclusive of roundtrip airfare, lodging/hotel based on double occupancy ($400 additional for single occupancy), air and ground transportation in Haiti, tours and receptions 
● Installment payment plan available -- $100 discount for early payment
● Donation of an “education for liberation” gift of school supplies for children in Milot where HSP supports some 4,000 students 
READ Dr. Ron Daniels Article on History of HSP
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

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