Black America should care more about Haiti
The island of Haiti had a bittersweet last week. The sweet part of the week began on the evening of Oct. 3, when U.S. District Judge Edward Chen blocked the Trump Administration's efforts to end Temporary Protected Status for Haitians and hundreds of ...
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Haitian Times News Roundup – Oct. 12
The sweet part of the week began on the evening of Oct. 3, when U.S. District Judge Edward Chen blocked the Trump Administration's efforts to end Temporary Protected Status for Haitians and hundreds of thousands of other immigrants from countries whose ...
Haitian TimesMy Haitian-American Journey: Dr. Jeff GardereHaitian TimesThe Haitian Times was founded in 1999 as a weekly English language newspaper based in Brooklyn, NY.The newspaper is widely regarded as the most authoritative voice for Haitian Diasp...Read More »
Concert to raise money for music school in HaitiThe Winchester Star“It is the first-ever Methodist school of music in Haiti,” said Martin, 75, who led congregations in Northern Virginia and began church choral groups in Springfield, Manassas, Halifax a...Read More »
Local woman survives second major earthquake in Haiti - WBAY
Green Bay native Brittany Galvin has survived two major earthquakes in Haiti and she's asking people back home to donate to a relief fund.
Death Toll from Haiti Earthquake RisesCaribbean360.com
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A Nation of Immigrants, Indeed -- "Americans All!" at Gilcrease Museum
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'Americans All!' includes more than 50 paintings and works of sculpture celebrating over 200 years of American art by 26 immigrant artists. Artists ranging from John James Audubon (Haiti), Albert Bierstadt (Germany), Leon Gaspard (Russia), Emanuel ...
3 Food Events To Go To In Baltimore This Weekend
Finally, head to the Canton Waterfront Park for the Immigrant and Refugee Food Festival. You'll enjoy local food by immigrant and refugee chefs from Thailand, Syria, India, Iraq, Haiti and many more countries. There'll be live music performances ...
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Fort Myers pastor organizes aid for earthquake victims in northern Haiti The News-Press Full coverageRead More »
The News-PressFort Myers pastor organizes aid for earthquake victims in northern HaitiThe News-PressA Fort Myers pastor is organizing a local relief effort for over 7,500 families in northern Haiti who lost homes following a 5.9 M earthquake on October...Read More »