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New York, Opinion

An Open Letter to New York City Immigrant Communities

To New York City’s Immigrant Communities: During these uncertain times we must remind ourselves of who we are as a…

New York, Politics

New Yorkers Take To The Polls

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.

Arts & Culture, New York

Manhattan Theater Screens Haitian Films to Celebrate Day of the Dead

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.

Haitian Labor Day Fest Returns To Eisenhower Park
Arts & Culture, New York

Haitian Labor Day Fest Returns To Eisenhower Park

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.”

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