Conrad Fox

International reporting projects, migration and robotics


Posts about Haiti

Programming, Journalism, Haiti

The 50 lines of code behind one line of reporting

Pierre loves math. Originally from the countryside in the south of Haiti, he moved to Port-au-Prince so he can study. Here, he lives in a single room he shares with his family, and is paying his way, little by little, through school. I met dozens of people like him who came to the city in search of education. I met govenment officials who said pursuit of education was one of the main reasons this alread

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For 15 years, Conrad lived in Mexico, where he worked as a freelance radio and print journalist. His work took him into a minefield, a gunfight, a dugout canoe and the homes of many fascinating, brave and generous people. He is also an avid teacher and has led classes in radio, robotics, soccer, physics and anthropology in a diversity of places, including office towers, lecture halls, fields and palm thatched huts.