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Haitian Culture Comes Alive in New York on May 18 at Sans-Souci
Arts & Culture, New York

Haitian Culture Comes Alive in New York on May 18 at Sans-Souci

UNI Joins Forces With the Consulate General of Haiti in NY To Celebrate Haitian Flag Day on May 18 at…

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Rhum Barbancourt: Delivering Quality Haitian Liquor for More Than a Century
Arts & Culture, Food & Wine, Haiti, Photo Gallery

Rhum Barbancourt: Delivering Quality Haitian Liquor for More Than a Century

For four generations, the Gardere family has operated one of Haiti’s most famous exports — Rhum Barbancourt. The company was founded in 1862 by the late Thierry Gardere’s great-great uncle, Dupré Barbancourt, who moved to the Haiti from France the same year he founded the company, Take a look below for a glimpse behind the scenes of one of Haiti’s most famous brands. 

‘The Audacity to Finish’ Author speaks to students at NYU studying Haitian Creole
Arts & Culture, New York, Only In The Haitian Times

‘The Audacity to Finish’ Author speaks to students at NYU studying Haitian Creole

Zamor spoke at New York University (NYU) on March 29 to share her process writing the memoir to a group of students studying Haitian Creole. The Audacity to Finish focuses on her life growing up in a two-parent, middle-class home in the Bronx through college where she began experiencing depression, dizzy spells and suicidal thoughts and eventually finding her purpose in life.  

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