By Garry Pierre-Pierre
I met Farah Larrieux in 2000 when I was working with Djakout Mizik to participate at the West Indian Carnival Day Parade in Brooklyn. Farah was part of the band’s public relations staff. We’ve maintained a close friendship over the years.
After the 2010 earthquake destroyed her home in Port-au-Prince and the death of her mother a couple of years earlier, Farah decided to move permanently to the U.S. and settled in South Florida.Sign in to your account.
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