Marcus Samuelsson’s PBS show highlights this Miami immigrant food. (Hint: It’s not Cuban)
Internationally renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson made three conscious decisions when he focused his attention on Miami for a new restaurant — and a new television show.
He chose Miami.
And, third, when he focused on the influential culture here, he didn’t choose the easy or obvious Cuban cuisine. He chose Haitian. Continue reading.
A Tour of Little Haiti
Marcus and NPR reporter Nadege Green explore the Haitian cultural center in Miami and the impact of gentrification. Continue reading & watching.
China cling on against Haiti
Haiti, taking their first ever steps at the tournament, began in encouraging fashion. It was clear from the off that captain Nerilia Mondesir and Melchie Dumonay were going to be central to their hopes going forward, with the latter looking dangerous from set pieces early on. Continue reading.
PB church opens door to refugees
“Our experience with immigration started in 2009, when we had a group of 22 Haitians who came to us seeking asylum,” Jenkins explains. “They lived in the building, formed their own congregation – they’d conduct a joint worship with us in the morning and have their own Creole worship in the evening.” Continue reading.
LIDÈ Encourages Resiliency in Girls’ Education in Haiti
The program combines the arts and literacy with female empowerment to help girls unlock their full potential. These main elements of the program make it stand out among other developmental aid initiatives for girls’ education in Haiti. Continue reading.
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