Watch Heart of Haiti blogger
ambassador Ananda Leeke share her insights about visiting Haitian metal artisan Serge Jolimeau's atelier on February 26, 2011,
in Croix des Bouquets, a town located outside of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The video highlights Jolimeau's world reknown metal
artwork made from oil cans. His metal artwork is featured and sold in the Heart of Haiti collection at Macy's. He also serves
as a community leader for the Association of Artists and Artisans of Croix des Bouquets.
Watch Angela Adrar, an International
Strategy and Communications Consultant, introduce Ananda Leeke at Howard University's New Media Symposium at Founders Library
on April 6, 2011. Leeke gives a talk about her Internet journey and how she developed the Digital Sisterhood Network.
Watch Ananda Leeke's interview with WUSA Channel 9 Morning
News Anchor Andrea Roane on March 11, 2008 in Washington, DC. During the interview, Leeke discusses the importance
of Women’s History Month and the meaning of art and creativity in women’s lives. She also shares information
about her novel,Love’s Troubadours – Karma: Book One and the orginal artwork on the book cover. In addition, she discusses her novel’s connection to the Haitian
goddess of love – Erzulie, HIV/AIDS awareness, The Women’s Collective, and her historic U Street neighborhood.
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