Haitian-Americans in Brooklyn and Florida planned to host virtual and face-to-face events to commemorate the 11th anniversary of the devastating 2010 earthquake.
About 200 disabled survivors from the 2010 earthquake still live at Lapis, a shelter in Delmas, Port-au-Prince, under deplorable conditions, according to Le Nouvelliste.
Across Brooklyn, rents have steadily been rising for decades. But in recent years, neighborhoods like Flatbush that had been somewhat insulated have seen spikes in housing costs as higher-income residents flock deeper and farther across the borough than before.
At least one soccer fan was shot dead, in the head, and others were injured in a clash during Haiti’s national championship game Sunday.
False truths and pretenses mark the reign of PHTK. Instead of solving the Haitian problem, their public policies vex good sense, provoke the opposition, isolate consensus, damage democracy. They turn the system into selfish governance and the economy into a gallery of unachievable hopes.
In a nod of support to The Haitian Times mission of providing quality news and information about Haitians and Haitian-Americans, three organizations recently awarded grants to the 21-year-old news outlet.
Two hundred public figures in the Dominican Republic signed a petition sent to President Luis Abinader that demands the removal of Haitians from their country.
Rather than producing a competent president, the upcoming presidential election could leave Haiti in ruins. For starters, whether to hold it or not has turned into a tug of war.
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