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????U.S. Has Long History Of Meddling In Haiti Democratic Efforts
As a Haitian American, I am equally outraged by my adopted government’s policy of undermining my homeland’s nascent democracy by supporting candidates and meddling into Haitian presidential elections.
Haitians In America
????Haitians In America: Photographer Captures Injustice Through Work
Zarita Zevallos is New York-based architect and photographer. However, everything that makes her who she is comes from Haiti, her native country. Zevallos uses her craft to capture injustices and break the system. Continue reading
Virginia Man Sentenced To 23 Years In Prison After Traveling To Haiti For Sex With Minor
A Virginia man was sentenced to 276 months in prison, to be followed by a life term of supervised release, for traveling from the United States to Haiti and engaging in illicit sexual conduct with a minor. Continue reading
Haitian American Academic Named Harvard Dean
A member of the Harvard faculty since 2006 and the FAS dean of social science since 2015, Gay is the Wilbur A. Cowett Professor of Government and of African and African American Studies and is the founding chair of Harvard’s Inequality in America Initiative. Continue reading
????5 South Florida Restaurants For Haitian Culture And Food
Are you familiar with these Haitian eateries in South Florida? If not, you should be. Continue reading
???? Don’t Miss These Events!
Sensation D’été with DZgot & HARD Hittin HARRY
DATE: Sunday, July 29 @3 pm
WHERE: The DL Rooftop and Lounge (Manhattan, NY)
A summer cocktail series celebrating music and talent in NY. Once a month during the summer our guests will get exposed to artists displaying their incredible talent at some of the hottest venues in NYC.
Brooklyn Roots Festival
DATE: Sunday, July 29 @1 pm
WHERE: Lefferts Historic House (Brooklyn, NY)
This folk arts festival celebrates Brooklyn’s traditional artists and immigrant communities through a daylong schedule of performances, workshops, interactive family activities, and more. Come on out for a day in the park to learn, play and express yourself in Brooklyn’s Backyard!
Concerts & Performances
Creole American Night
DATE: Sunday, July 29 @6 pm
WHERE: Eisenhower Park (Uniondale, NY)
FREE Concert this Sunday: Tabou Combo, Djazz New York La and more @Eisenhower Park