Like the prodigal son returning home, this book is about my return home to Haiti after more than 40 years of living in the United States. But that is where the similarities end. I was not hungry and destitute, having wasted all I had on wild living, and there was no party for me from anyone when I arrived. Rather it was hurt and pain that awaited me upon my return. It was destruction, hopelessness and chaos; tent cities everywhere, the national park turned into a gigantic public restroom with port-a-johns lining the street. Read more
About Franck Aguilh
Rev. Franck Aguilh was born in Port-au-Prince Haiti, where he received his Baccalaureate in Sciences. He came to the United States in 1966. He earned two degrees from NYIT, a BSEE and an MBA. After a successful corporate career, Rev. Aguilh entered Drew University, where he earned a Master of Divinity degree Magna Cum Laude.
Excerpt from the Book
Since the earthquake of 2010 that forever changed the landscape of Haiti, my birth place, I have been there seven times. Read more