BROOKLYN, NY — In a city as diverse as New York, it’s not hard to imagine the blending and removal of a community’s cultural identity as neighborhoods shift and change due to ever changing migration patterns. However, one Brooklyn organization is fighting to preserve the strong and rich Haitian culture that has developed in the borough for decades.
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