When: Sunday, October 20, 5:30 pm,
Where: The Coupe
3415 11th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20010
Fault Lines is a searing account of life in Haiti since the earthquake of 2010. The book combines street journals, interviews, and investigative journalism to impart perspectives rarely seen outside the country. It studies the strong communities, age-old gift culture, and work of grassroots movements for a more just nation.
Beverly Bell is an award-winning author who has worked and lived in and out of Haiti for 35 years. She runs the economic and social justice group, Other Worlds, and is associate fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies.
Books will be for sale. (To order a copy from afar, or for more info on the book, visit www.faultlinesbook.org.)