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By Henry Beaucejour CEO of Haiti Tech of New-York
Investir et s’investir en Haiti: Un acte de foi, is the title of a riveting book recently released by author and entrepreneur Jerry Tardieu. After Port-au-Prince and North Miami, Tardieu chose New York as the third stop of his book tour. When I found out that the Harvard trained entrepreneur would be in New York for a book signing, I decided to attend.
By Vania Andre Two years after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, filmmakers Raynald Leconte and Eve Blouin headed to the…
By Joyann Jeffrey
For Christelle Hyppolite, learning to speak Creole connects her with a heritage she never quite understood.
At home I felt disconnected with my relatives, the 23-year-old says. Not being able to speak Creole had an isolating effect on me. So, in an effort to connect to her family and culture through language, Hyppolite enrolled in the Haitian Creole Language Institute of New York, an educational facility dedicated to teaching others Haitian Creole in the Two Moon Art and House Café in downtown Brooklyn.
A documentary about hope and healing in the midst of the horrific aftermath of Haiti’s 2010 earthquake will be a…
The annual Haitian Labor Day Festival returned to Eisenhower Park this weekend with performances by fan favorites such as Carimi,…
To kick off Labor Day weekend, Moses St. Louisof HaitianBeatz hosted the re-Labor Day Fest Unplugged at Vault Cafe on Long Island. The event featured live acoustic performances from rising Haitian musicians like Sherlee Skai and Mercedes and fan favorites such as Emmery from Karizma and legend Alan Cave.