Jean Dominique discusses a Nouvelliste article by Théodore Baker in response to René Depestre, disputing certain facts in his recounting of the Revolution of 1946, following the publication of the volume "1946-1976: 30 ans de pouvoir noir en Haïti." In that volume, several of the major players (among them Depestre) in the events of 1946 described their experiences. Anthony Phelps recites a poem, his words and Depestre's rhythms ("Mots Croisés"). In the segment "Voix de la diaspora," Jean Dominique uses excerpts of songs and poetry to discuss the evolving roles of women in US cinema, the experiences of Haitian women in exile and in the diaspora, and the experiences of men in exile, as well. Includes Félix Morisseau-Leroy reciting a poem about rain and water. Jean-Claude Martineau (Koralen) recites his text "Djouman."