To New York City’s Immigrant Communities: During these uncertain times we must remind ourselves of who we are as a…
NEW YORK, NY — On Nov. 5 Bien Abyé fashion designer, Dayanne Danier, hosted “Les Jardins De La Mode,” a pop-up…
By Garry Pierre-Pierre
Donald Trump will be the 45th president of the United States. New Yorkers came through for Hillary Clinton, with 58 percent of the population voting for her. Below is a snapshot of voters at one polling station in Flatbush, Brooklyn.
From Oct. 28 to Oct. 30, Metrograph, a new theater in Manhattan, held a weekend-long screening of contemporary Haitian films in celebration of the Day of the Dead. Celebrating Haiti: Day of the Dead Revisited, hosted by Creatively Speaking Films Series, ran from Oct. 28 – Oct. 30 at the Manhattan theater where seven films were screened. The films each explore a different aspect of narratives and issues embedded in the conscience of all Haitians.
By Vania Andre and Soraya Denis QUEENS, NY – Attorney Clyde Vanel is looking to ensure the next generation of New…
By Soraya Denis
QUEENS, NY – Haitian-American community activist Sabine French is on a quest to fill late Assemblywoman Barbara Clark’s seat. The district includes Hollis, Queens Village, St. Albans, Cambria Heights and Bellerose.
BROOKLYN, NY – Tomorrow, Haitian American political operative Josue Pierre will look to solidify his title of male district leader for the 42nd Assembly District in the state legislative party primaries.
By Vania Andre
The annual Haitian Labor Day Fest returned to Long Island’s Eisenhower Park on Saturday with a line up boasting virtually every top act in the Haitian Music Industry (HMI). After a hiatus last year, festival organizer Urbain Richard, CEO of VenusInt’l Productions (VIP) vowed to bring the annual music showcase back “bigger than ever.”