“Ellen LeBow Turns Her Gaze on (her) Haiti”

Program for Sunday, September 19, 2021

After the devastating earthquake and hurricane in August this year in Haiti, following the assassination of the president, the Fellowship takes a look and leads a discussion about this special place, home of the first slave uprising in the New World. In “Haiti, I’m Sorry” (PI, 9/2/21) Ellen LeBow shares impressions from the many ways and the 25 years she has come to see and feel Haiti’s people, especially those from one island community where she helped to build an Arts Center in the 1990’s. Members of Nauset Fellowship will talk with her, discuss some ways Haitian communities on Cape Cod can help us find ways to help Haiti’s people help themselves right now.

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Ellen Raquel LeBow is an artist, cartoonist, and Provincetown Independent contributor from Wellfleet. She is the coordinator of ART/MATENWA and RARA, a local project that works to bring sustainability through art to women in the village of Matènwa. Haiti, and is on the founding board of Wellfleet Preservation Hall.