Haitilibre.comHaiti - Economy : The President Martelly at the 1st Haitian-American Business ...Haitilibre.comThursday at Karibe Convention Center, President Michel Martelly, participated in the 1st Haitian-American Business Forum which brought together...Read More »
Guest Voice of Deandre Williams: Haiti trips bolsters my commitment to educationGoErie.comI was pleased to be offered an opportunity to travel abroad with Morehouse College for an alternative spring break to Haiti. Gaining entry into this program is ve...Read More »
Haitian grads go from despair to diplomasUSA TODAYWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- A harrowing journey out of the wreckage of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, that began four years ago will conclude in a triumphant stride across the stage for two Nyack College students gra...Read More »
St. Joseph parishioners assist in acquiring a home for Haitian orphans
During St. Joseph Church Haiti Outreach Coordinator Sandy Wolniakowski's 15-year relationship with Sister Luvia Joseph, she has learned firsthand what it means to be part of God's plan in Haiti. email · print. By Mattie Cook mattie.cook@sentinel-standard.
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Haitian students protest over canceled classes
Sioux City Journal
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Hundreds of high school students protested Wednesday in the Haitian capital, angry that a strike by teachers over wages forced the cancellation of classes for a third straight day. Boys and girls, many of them in their ...
'An Untamed State,' by Roxane Gay
New York Times
Her husband, an American “blan,” as he is known in the Haitian dialect for whites, looks on helplessly as she is pulled from their car and whisked away by armed men driving black S.U.V.s, while their toddler cries in the back seat. ... a fairy tale ...
Haitian father united with East Tennessee son after initially being denied visaWATE-TVSarah, a Maryville native, and her husband Yves Dorsimar run an orphanage together in Haiti. When Sarah became pregnant the couple decided she would have the baby bac...Read More »
How cancer fight led to helping homeless in HaitiDanbury News TimesDanbury residents Leticia Holanda and Rawan Hage are seen in Haiti with Jameson, a boy whose family had been living under a ripped up tarp. Holanda and Hage joined Danbury resident Patt...Read More »
Haitian performers stop at LEAF, learn to belly dance
“The choreography is what I am most excited about,” Pierre said about the LEAF International Haiti performances slated for LEAF Festival, a twice-annual world music event that celebrates culture, creativity, music and art. “(The dance) is not something ...