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The Zombie Curse: A Doctor’s 25-Year Journey into the Heart of the AIDS Epidemic in Haiti A Poem for Haiti* By Maya Angelou Homo sum. Humani nil a me alienum puto! I am a human being Nothing human can be alien to me! This statement was made By Terentius Afer. Terentius was a slave, Sold to a Roman senator Freed by that senator. He became The most popular playwright in Rome. Five of his plays And that statement has Come down to us from 154 B.C. That man Not born white or free Or with any chance Of becoming a citizen In the Rome of his day, He said, “I am a human being. Nothing human can be alien to me!” I have ingested and digested that statement. It activates me And motivates me to say, I’m yours Haiti Yours …” * Composed extemporaneously by Dr. Maya Angelou, after a screening of “Once There Was a Country,” a documentary detailing the work of Medishare and Partners in Health in Haiti. The screening was held at the Open Society Institute, New York, July 7, 2005.
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