Forget about #DamnDaniel, here’s #DamnDonald


Damn Daniel! The first time I heard it, I was attending a speech class. One of the students kept repeating it and I had no idea what he was talking about. After he explained it was a viral Vine video, I didn’t give it a second thought since I don’t really use Vine, though I have an account. I thought the video was only popular among teens using Vine… until a comedian referred to Damn Daniel one night on Saturday Night Live (SNL). Continue reading “Forget about #DamnDaniel, here’s #DamnDonald”


In Order to Live: From North Korea to Haiti

orderHuman rights activist Yeonmi Park fled North Korea with her mother in 2007 at age 13 and eventually made it to South Korea two years later after a harrowing ordeal. In her book “In Order to Live”, she exposed the cruelty of the North Korean oppressive regime and the viciousness of the human trafficking in China. As a Haitian who can relate to her story, after reading the book, we wrote an open letter to the author. Continue reading “In Order to Live: From North Korea to Haiti”