By Nadege Fleurimond
In Haiti, fish, salads and boiled root vegetables reign supreme on the dinner table from Good Friday until Easter Sunday.
Below are three of my favorite Easter weekend non-meat recipes.
By Vania Andre
March is Women’s History Month. Take a look at these six Haitian-American women who are sure to earn their place in history for their work in the Haitian community and in their respective fields.
By Farah Louis
Florida is home to the largest population of Haitians outside of the small island nation. Take a look below at some of the leading Haitian American politicians in Florida working for the Haitian Diaspora in Florida.
By Tadia Toussaint
Haitian history has a uniquely tragic and colorful history. From the independence of the country from the French, to the devastating earthquake in 2010, these seven books give readers a glimpse into some of the major events shaping Haitian history.
By Melissa P. Bernier
Roses are red; violets are blue; sugar is sweet; what am I buying my boo?
Valentine’s Day – the most loved (or loathed) day of the year. Whether you have just started dating someone or you have been married for years, the question of what to get your beloved can be a tricky one. Have no fear…here are some suggestions on what to get your sweetheart to make your V-day the sweetest it can be. Did I mention that all of these gifts are made by Haitian-Americans!
Does it seem difficult to succeed in business because you think like an outsider? Do you reduce your talent by believing that unless you have the right connections, speak the right language, and look like mainstream America, that you won’t make it?
Editor’s Note: Recipes adapted from haitian-recipes.com Bonbon Sirop Bonbon Sirop is a popular bread-like muffin that some describe as a “Haitian brownie.” Treat your friends and family to this tasty and comforting treat that’ll be sure to bring back memories of Haiti. Ingredients: 2 cups of butter 3 eggs 1 cup of brown sugar 1/2 tbsp of grated…