Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti

Listen to Brian Concannon’s Reflection on the September 11th Tragedies Ten Years Ago

Today, Brian Concannon reflects upon the September 11th tragedies that shocked the entire world just 10 years ago. Brian was in Port-au-Prince when the incidents occurred, and recalls that it was hard for him to be away from his family and friends in the U.S. However, “It was also a blessing.” Brian remembers how all his Haitian friends stopped by and asked whether his family and friends were safe, even strangers offered condolences to him. Americans have the same capacity to transform this traumatic experience into empathy for understanding the difficult situations other countries are undergoing, just as Haitians showed him ten years ago. Listen to Brian share his reflection on 9/11 and what we can do to help Haiti.

To listen to Brian’s Podcast, click here.

To lis­ten to more “Mes­sages from Haiti,” click here.

Brian is the Founder and Direc­tor of IJDH. He helped pre­pare the pros­e­cu­tion of the Raboteau Mas­sacre trial in 2000, one of the most sig­nif­i­cant human rights cases any­where in the West­ern Hemi­sphere and rep­re­sented the plain­tiff in Yvon Nep­tune v. Haiti, the only Haiti case ever tried before the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
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