Eulogy: JEAN LEOPOLD DOMINIQUE

My dear friend JEAN LEOPOLD DOMINIQUE grew up in a land of oppression. He came of age under Francois ("Papa Doc") Duvalier. But this product of the privileged "elite" fell passionately in love with his country and its vast peasant population. After studying in Paris, Jean worked to help his countrymen better cultivate their soil, enrich their crops--and by extension empower their lives.

He was jailed and tortured for his activities, and on his release he found work at Radio Haiti. Two years later, he bought the station. Jean's mission was to harness the power of the airwaves as an instrument...

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