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Cultural Identity in Haiti's Public Squares
CM | 1.25
Date: Monday, April 15
Activity Code: S555
Room: Columbus Hall A/B
Track: Public Space Biennial of the Americas Symposium
Throughout Haiti's history, public spaces have always served as important sites for cultural preservation, communal gatherings, and information exchange. As a result, revitalizing vibrant public spaces that became home to hundreds of thousands of displaced people who lacked better options was a national priority after the 2010 earthquake. This session focuses on public space as a symbol of national identity, government efficiency and pride across Haiti. The APA International Division supported travel costs for this session.