The Haiti Memory Project

Dugenson

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July 3, 2010: Dugenson, a young man in his thirties, lives in Camp Trazelie on Maïs Gâté with his girlfriend. Every morning around sunrise he goes through the streets with a megaphone encouraging peaple to accept Christ as their personal savior. He is an Evangelical Christian and his interpretation of what caused the earthquake and the future direction of Haiti is deeply informed by his religious convictions.

3 Julliet, 2010: Dugenson un jeune homme dans les trentaines, vit dans le camp Trazelie sur Maïs Gaté avec sa petite amie. Chaque matin avant l’aube, il passe dans les rues avec un mégaphone, encouragant les gens à accepter Christ comme leur Sauveur personnel. Il est un chrétien évangélique et son interprétation de ce qui a provoqué le tremblement de terre et l’orientation future d’Haiti sont profondément liés a sa croyance religieuse.



Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History
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