By Yvette Yurubi
Title: Erol Josué Papers, 2007-2011
Extent: 1.0 Boxes
This collection documents the works of noted Hatian artist, educator, and Vodou priest, Erol Josué, who has spent much of his career passionately practicing the Vodou religion and advocating to keep it alive through his performance art and by lobbying against government restrictions on religious practice. Items in the collection currently include newsclippings and ephemera related to his performances, which feature Vodou and his Haitian cultural heritage as prevailing themes.
His full oral history can be accessed from this page.
Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.
Acquisition Method: Items in this collection were donated by Erol Josué, 2011.
Related Materials: Haitian Diaspora Oral History collection
Preferred Citation: Erol Josué Papers, Special Collections, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.