Haitian Civil Rights Organizations Joins NAACP and LDF in TPS Lawsuit

The NAACP, the nation’s premier grassroots civil rights organization, filed an amended complaint in its ongoing lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for its decision to rescind the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Haitian immigrants. Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees (HWHR) and the Haitian Lawyers’ Association (HLA) have now joined the lawsuit. The plaintiffs are represented by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF).   Continue Reading


Laurent Lamothe proposes solutions for the development of Haiti

Since his departure from the Primature in December 2014, the former head of government Laurent Lamothe has not been idle. Beyond the charitable activities of the Dr. Louis G. Lamothe Foundation, founded in memory of his father and of which he is an honorable member, the former Haitian Prime Minister has done rather well his conversion without turning his back completely to politics. Continue Reading


Environmental vulnerabilities are linked to every other problem in Haiti

On coastal areas both near the capital of Port-au-Prince and in other cities like Cap-Haïtien, on Haiti’s northern tip, trash is strewn on the streets and on canals, sometimes building up so thickly that causeways of refuse are used to cross over a waterway. Continue reading

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