The new series, which debuts May 22 on Complex, follows the lives of two Haitian Americans living in Miami, trying to navigate their way through dating, life and adulthood. Haitian Times spoke to the creator of the series in an exclusive interview about the genesis of the show, and just how much of it is based on real life.
In the spring of 2017, a high level Trump administration official asked for details on how many Haitians with Temporary Protected Status were on public benefits, how many were convicted of “crimes of any kind,” and how many had been in the country unlawfully before being granted TPS.
“Sak Kap Fet” is the first song and video off of the artist’s latest project, Wyclef Goes Back to School. The song features Staten Island, New York-based artist Kofi Black. Just like Jean, Kofi comes from an immigrant background.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on the United Nations Population Fund. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – “At 55, I already have four…
In commemoration of Haitian Flag Day, three Haitian songstresses will take to the stage in New York City to celebrate the woman behind the flag — Catherine Flon.
Project Runway’s 14th season is winding down from 16 designers to just six and Haitian-American designer, Merline Labissiere, is among the…
The PowerUp! Kreyol Business Plan Competition announced it’s first ever winner on Monday, Sept. 28 and she’s from the fashion world!. Vicki Sylvain, designer of the Shoe-B, snagged the $5,000 grand prize followed by 2nd and 3rd place winners Nathalie Guillaume of Healing Happy Hour, and Hardy Hyppolite of Kreyol Kwizin. Sylvain was one out of 14 contestants vying for the prize.