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Angela Galbreath

Angela Galbreath

Upon graduation from Sewanee in 2005 with a major in Global Studies and a minor in French, Angela taught English at the Episcopal University of Haiti in Port au Prince. Her knowledge of the French language allowed her to learn Haitian Kreyol and thus be able to communicate broadly in Haiti. Currently in her third and final year working in the Outreach and Community Service Program of All Saints Chapel at Sewanee, she maintains her activism in Haiti and helps develop the University's humanitarian initiatives there. Ms. Galbreath is currently seeking employment responding to the January 12th earthquake in Haiti, and is also studying the Kreyol rap movement, continuing her interest in self expression in former French colonies that began at Sewanee with a course on Négritude.

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