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Dr. Luc L. Colas, MD, Esq.

The Le Flambeau Foundation exists because of the exceptional passion, hard work, vision, perseverance and tremendous leadership of two fathers.  Interestingly one influenced the other.  They believed in the goodness of man, in equality for all and in elevation through education.   They believed in sharing – one must give to live and live to  Read more

March 31, 2014 in Uncategorized by Renee

Sénateur Emile Saint-Lôt

The Le Flambeau Foundation exists because of the exceptional passion, hard work, vision, perseverance and tremendous leadership of two fathers.  Interestingly one influenced the other.  They believed in the goodness of man, in equality for all and in elevation through education.   They believed in sharing - one must give to live and live to give.  They believed in the future.   They  Read more

March 31, 2014 in Uncategorized by Renee

Declaration of Human Rights – Dr. Colas

Declaration of Human Rights / Declaration Universelle de Droits by Dr. Luc L. Colas, December 10, 1998 – Cap-Haitien, Haiti Fifty years, (December 10, 1948), Palais Chaillot, Paris), after this famous Declaration of Human Rights, following the Senator Emile Saint-Lôt, which… The powerful verb still echoes to our ears, and we are wondering, and we  Read more

December 10, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Human Rights Youth Perspective – Menson

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10, 1948.   Senator Emile Saint-Lot from Haiti was a co-signatory, along with U.S.  First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, and many other countries.  To read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (click here).  Following is perspective from a youth leader in Haiti. by Menson, 12/7/13 This  Read more

December 10, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Human Rights Youth Perspective – Lourdia

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10, 1948.   Senator Emile Saint-Lot from Haiti was a co-signatory, along with U.S.  First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, and many other countries.  To read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (click here).  Following is perspective from a youth leader in Haiti. by Lourdia, 12/7/13 The  Read more

December 10, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Human Rights Youth Perspective – Jean

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted on December 10, 1948.   Senator Emile Saint-Lot from Haiti was a co-signatory, along with U.S.  First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, and many other countries.  To read the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (click here).  Following is perspective from a youth leader in Haiti. by Jean, 12/7/13 The  Read more

December 10, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Universal Declaration of Human Rights – Essay Rules, Due December 6th

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was the result of having experienced the atrocities of the Second World War and vowing to never again have this happen. Haiti was a founding member of the United Nations on October 24, 1945 with Senator Emile Saint-Lôt playing a key role as the founding and first UN Ambassador  Read more

November 30, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Birthday Reflections on Senator Emile Saint-Lot (French)

Sénateur Emile Saint-Lot (11 Septembre, 1904 à 1917 Août, 1976) Par EXARE, Hernice, a Le Flambeau Foundation youth leader in Haiti, celebrating Senator Emile Saint-Lot’s birthday – 9/11/13 L’histoire d’Haiti est meublé de grands moments et ces grands moments témoignent que l’histoire d’Haiti a aussi enfanté de grands Hommes et de grands leaders qui ont  Read more

September 11, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Haiti’s greener future: From devastation to hope

CNN, Going Green, Philippe Cousteau, June 27, 2013 CNN’s Going Green team recently visited Haiti to see firsthand the environmental challenges the country is faced with today. Whether it be politics, poverty, the economy, natural disasters or environmental degradation, Haiti is a country whose myriad problems have been felt for years. (see full set of  Read more

June 27, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

Times of Crisis – Youth Perspective

Following is an excerpt from the spring semester 2013 session of THE SPARK of Le Flambeau program, now in its fifth year.  Featured below is  one of the topics and the resulting comment made by student Tamiyou who lives in Haiti – this is her first time in the program.  Tamiyou was voted by her  Read more

June 14, 2013 in Uncategorized by Renee

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