In the aftermath of the catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, the government has been calling back its vodou priests from the Diaspora to assist in the nation's healing. Erol Josué is one of them. An accomplished musician whose music reflects his immersion in Haitian religious practices and beliefs, he says music is as central to vodou as the Bible is to Christianity.
- Erol Josué, singer-songwriter and Houngan (vodou priest)
- Dowoti Désir, founder of the DDPA Watch Group and Manbo Asogwe (vodou priest) and vodou scholar