Children from Haiti meet Pope Francis, call for peace

A group of children from Haiti called for peace for the country during a trip to The Vatican, which included  meeting with Pope Francis, on Nov. 6.


In this week’s Haitian Excellence edition: Haitian kids visit The Vatican, three authors nab literary prize nominations, the film “Ti Toya” is up for a US-France fest best screenplay, a radio competition launches for Haitian journalists and Saveurs Lakay kremas reaches a $1 million milestone.

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Ralph Delly is an award-winning music and entertainment journalist with extensive experience covering the Haitian Music Industry and the Haitian-American community. He has worked in Haiti and the United States at such media organizations as Radio Metropole, WNWK/107.5 FM, Radio Soleil d’Haïti and The Haitian Time – where he penned the popular “The Delly Dish” gossip column. Dellys has worked with numerous artists in the HMI, including Zin, Lakol, Phantoms, Zenglen, Sokute, Jam, See Well and 509 – to name a few. Delly graduated from Carlos Albizu University of Miami and City College of New York (CUNY)