Performers: The Peace Poets, Naima Penniman of Climbing Poetree and Ayiti Rising, Spiritchild.
We would like to thank all those who have touched this Project, it has been a long journey and will continue as the Reconstruction continues. A lot of people have contribute to this ongoing feature film documentary and ongoing Digital Interactive Project.
1st Production Trip
Network donation 2000
Catharina DeRuyter — ongoing support silent Executive Producer
Calvert Francis — ongoing support 600 Dollars
Audrey Huntley– 75 Dollars
David James Fernandez and Nrinder Nann— 100 Dollars
Diner En Noir
Michel Dessources Jr – Photographer
Adrian Worrell – Writer
The Movement Project –collective donation ( 5000 )
Positive Vibes- Mindspace – Tracey Hayes – 300 (alchohol)
Gold Coast Godess – Decor
Emile Francis – Chef Services
Motu Awogebade – Event Manager
Nadine Adrian Alice – Door and Media
Ilene Sova- Live Painter (Seraphine Legend)
Jennifer McKinley- Volunteer
Deejay Nana- Deejay
Newton DjNs Jean-jacques Deejay
Dj – Gadget DeeJay
Justin Trencio – Equipment Donation
Thanks to all the people whom came through we made 300 dollars.
Vee – 100 dollars
Tyronne Maxey – 250 dollars
Marque – 20 dollars
Kemba King – 30 dollars
Danielle Smith- 10 dollars
Kelly Fraser- 25 dollars
January 29th Fundraiser: Toronto
Unit 2 (Nicholas Murr, Rosina Kazi ) Space Donation
Firm Grape – Wine Sponsor
Shana McCalla – Roots Reggae Radio
Thanks to all the people whom came through we made 220 dollars.
February 3rd, Fundraiser Send off: Brooklyn
Bed-vyne Brew – Space Donation
Paintings (Haitian Art) on Auction
Donated Vinyl from Sony, OutKast, Sade, Naz
Live Painting – Auction (Seraphine by Ilene Sova)
Thanks to all the performers and all those who came through we made 700 dollars.
Jennifer Gonzalez 25 dollars
Barrie Cline 25 dollars
Juana Gutierrez – 15 dollars
Please pass on the project we still need support. Thanks you and mesi anpil.
Malinda Francis (Co-Producer/Director, Camera, Editor)
The Diaspora Travels: Haiti
Haitian Resilience and Reconstruction.
Travel stories from the Black, Caribbean and African Diaspora
a docuvixen film, acd media and Anacoana Motion Pictures.
We still need your support: To our efforts on the ground and support for the Documentary Film and Interactive Digital Project :
Go Fund Me http://www.gofundme.com/thediaporatravels