Bus Runs Over At Least 34 People In Northern Haiti
THE OPINION REPORT
WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
Opinion, Women & Children
The reporting of sexual violence to the police in Haiti remains a very difficult and convoluted process. Thus, it contributes to countless cases bein...
Haiti, Women & Children
By Vania Andre Twenty-eight year old Vionise Fortuna used to make her living selling paper napkins and plastic cups to merchants near the Haitian-D...
Special Reports, Women & Children
By Beverly Bell In Haiti, the majority of the people working the land are women. Not only are they there during planting, weeding and harvesting, b...
News, Women & Children
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Talks With The Haitian Times About ‘Young Women’s Initiative’
New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito joined The Haitian Times through a conference call earlier this month to talk about the launching ...
Lists, Women & Children
By Vania Andre March is Women's History Month. Take a look at these six Haitian-American women who are sure to earn their place in history for thei...
Lists, New York, Uncategorized
By Haitian Times Editorial Staff Today marks the day to celebrate love. Celebrate the holiday with your loved one while dining on tasty Haitian cuisin...
Arts & Culture, Black History Month, Lists, Uncategorized
By Haitian Times Editorial Staff Haitian music is as diverse as its people, food and culture. The music pulls from a wide range of influences, and ref...
Missing from the discussion of Hillary Rodham Clinton’s record has been her work in Haiti, where she blatantly manipulated and threatened Haitia...
Arts & Culture, Photo Gallery
On March 2, the Haitian Studies Institute hosted a free panel discussion about the role of Haitian artists as activists, both at home and abroa...Photo Gallery
There is no way to properly dispose of trash in Haiti. Although naturally a beautiful island, with majestic mountains from all points of views, its be...