Author Archives: Jeane La Rance
When I first started the plan of teaching documentary photography in LaVallée I did tons of research on Haiti and her people so I would better understand their culture and know how to relate to my students during critiques. In … Continue reading
Dear Friends and Supporters of AHDH The least we should do, for having the fortune to journey with you, Brother, is to commit that your example will continue to live through our deeds toward the less fortunate. AHDH’s Executive Committee … Continue reading
Our beloved Arshi, Dr. Arshavir I. Michael, has transited A Beautiful, Giant Oak tree, Made a big splash, high up into our spring sky. Leaving a large emptiness, In our forest and our hearts. But, he made sure he left … Continue reading
I have not been to LaVallée in more than a year but I feel as though you are all here with me now. I just gave a lecture on Tuesday March 24th, titled: A Story of Life and Culture in … Continue reading
Happy Fathers Day! To all Fathers—I wish you a Happy Day! I won’t be traveling with you on this mission and I am envious so I thought I would post something about this special day to try and … Continue reading
This is a perfect image of the Island of Hispaniola by NASA I couldn’t stop looking at it so thought I’d share it with all of you.
I have never lived without running water—most people in the United States don’t know what that’s like. However, there are still many Native people in the US who do not have running water. When I was growing up, my grandparents … Continue reading