As the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, Haiti has been troubled for many years with corruption at all levels, a serious drug problem, poverty that affects 95 percent of the population and hunger being a constant issue.In fact, between the time I had my first meeting with Unik, Edeyo’s founder, and the time we planned to leave on our trip to Haiti, riots broke out in Port Au Prince over massive food shortages. The rioters attacked the Presidential Palace, driving a garbage truck through the front gates. The US Embassy temporarily closed warning us not to go to Haiti and to postpone our trip.But, I am glad we went. Haiti has a rich and colorful history made up of a people determined to never give up. Despite the horrors we witnessed and the daily tragedies that Haitians face, one thing resonated with the people I met: hope.In my opinion, Haitians are hungry for change.Education can provide the foundation on which to build a new and better future. This film is a glimpse at the disenfranchised and of the opportunity that existsfor change when we stand together.