Oxfam UK chief quits over Haiti sex scandal
The head of Oxfam in the UK is to step down over the Haiti prostitute scandal, the charity has said.
Mark Goldring will stand down as chief executive at the end of this year. Continue Reading
The Dominican Republic ditched Taiwan for China. Is Haiti next to cut diplomatic ties?
The Dominican Republic, Haiti’s next door neighbor on the island of Hispaniola, has just entered into a new partnership with China after it reportedly offered $3.1 billion in investments and loans. In the process, the Dominican Republic severed diplomatic ties with Taiwan, a relationship it has had for 77 years. Continue Reading
Panel to examine Haitian Diaspora and history
The society is hosting the discussion “Celebrating Haitian History,” and bringing together journalist and founder of the Haitian Times, Garry Pierre-Pierre, and professor and scholar Dr. Carolle Charles. The pair will analyze how history between the United States and the island nation have led to how both countries are viewed today, said a program director. Continue Reading
Haitians In America
Haitians In America: Scientist Leads Path For Minorities In Bio And Tech
This scientist was catapulted into the limelight when he was featured in Forbes 30 Under 30 and received financing for his company DNAsimple from Shark Tank’s Mark Cuban.
In this latest installment of Haitians In America, Olivier Noel talks to Haitian Times about the weeks following his media unveiling to the world and what he thinks can be done to make sure other Black and Brown kids follow in his steps. Continue Reading
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