I have come across the name Toussaint Louvertoure twice in the past week from two very different sources. Both used him as an example of strong leadership who influenced culture change. He was born a slave and became a General who led the Haitian revolution. I never thought I'd say this, but I think a book about the Haitian revolution is in order. Bring on the social distancing, I've got an ever growing reading list to get through!