Last month hundreds of people gathered at the Karibe Hotel in Petion Ville to celebrate the 8th annual Gouts et…
In February 2018, I spent several mornings at the Aérogare Guy Airport in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, making portraits of young Haitians who stood in long lines, hoping to migrate to Chile, before the Chilean government’s crackdown on travel visas in April.
A few hundred demonstrators participated in a sit-in in front of the high court of auditors in the Haitian Capital Friday, August 24, 2018, to protest the embezzlement of $2 billion of Petrocaribe funds. Photo Credit: Patrice Douge
Carel Pedre and the Chokarella team hosted a networking brunch on July 21 in Brooklyn, where the well-known Haiti radio personality hosted a panel with some key members of the Haitian community.
I Am Kréyol’s Spring 2018 line, The Lotus Collection, is an ensemble of looks that incorporates over exaggerated structural design elements such as bouffant sleeves and bustled tails with full length sheer skirts, The collection philosophy represents the lotus flower and its audacity to grow in unfavorable environments. It illustrates a woman’s tenacity to be strong, resilient and powerful in the midst of adversity.
Hundreds of Haitians made their way to the small village of Souvenance last week for an annual pilgrimage for Vodou practitioners. In the small town located between Gonaïves and Cap-Haïtien, Vodou followers dressed in white, took part in various rituals and expressed their devotion to the spirits.