Haitian Times Morning News Roundup

Haitian Times News Roundup – July 5

Undefeated in the FIBA AmeriCup Caribbean 2021 Pre-Qualifiers, Haiti was disqualified because it had more than one player who was naturalized. The country is appealing the decision. Katherine Rosario


Haiti hoped this competition would be its basketball comeback then came bad news

Haiti made its official comeback to the basketball world at the International Basketball Federation AmeriCup Caribbean 2021 Pre-Qualifiers, but their chance of winning the championship may be over because of a FIBA Americas rule regarding nationality. Continue reading.


Haitian-American voters could turn on Trump

President Donald Trump has refused to support the renewal of  Temporary Protected Status for many Haitian Immigrants, and that has caused Trump to lose support in Haitian communities. Continue reading.  


The Haitian Clergy’s Role In Advancing Civil Rights

The church has long been an integral part of the African-American community, playing a vital role in social movements like the civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s. Churches were not only a source of emotional and spiritual support for activists; they were also a source of rather physical support, offering their spaces for rallies and meetings. Continue reading.

Haitians in America

Haitians In America: Branding Strategist Celebrates Black Women In Media

Judith Jacques is no stranger to the Haitian community. In 2009, she co-founded BeltTiFi, an organization dedicated to showcasing issues that impact young Haitian-American women. She’s used her marketing and branding skills to help her clients reach their communication and marketing goals. Continue reading.


Jul. 05, 2018

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