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Art & Culture Largest Haitian Diaspora Multidisciplinary Festival Unveils Program For 12th Annual Festival Weeklong festival in Montreal boasts rara parades, culinary and artisan fairs, literature and more. Continue reading Queens Museum annual symposium on Haiti The Queens Museum in partnership with the Haitian community hosts its annual topical symposiums. Architect and urban planner Etienne...

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Haiti President’s One Goal: Provide Nation with Electricity

Electricity in Haiti remains elusive to the average household. Those who do have power in their homes don’t count much on the government. Electricity comes from individuals installing generators, inverters and solar panels. For the most part, the state’s monopoly, Electricity of Haiti, better known by its French acronym EDH, provides four hours a day per neighborhood on a rolling basis. On a bad week, there isn’t any at all.

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Haitian Leaders Should Remain Vigilant

Many in the community were misguided into thinking that Trump would provide solutions to their problems, or ignored the pending doom he would inflict, as though the Haitian community would be immune to his catastrophic influence. Instead, efforts were made at the 11th hour to help stave off a fate that had already been sealed the day Trump took his oath of office.
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PUBLIC NOTICE – NJ Transit

NJ TRANSIT is in search of enthusiastic, community-minded people to improve the quality of life of the growing population of seniors and people with disabilities in the state of New Jersey.  Under the authority of the Senior Citizen and Disabled Resident Transportation Assistance Act of 1984, the NJ TRANSIT Local Programs Citizens Advisory Committee allows…

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Haitian-Japanese Naomi Osaka Beats Out Serena Williams

MIAMI, Fl (Reuters) – Naomi Osaka continued her stunning run of form with a 6-3 6-2 victory over 23-times grand slam champion Serena Williams in the first round of the Miami Open on Wednesday, the latest big win for the 20-year-old Japanese player. Osaka backed up last week’s Indian Wells title triumph with a brilliant...