Curated by Anthony Bogues, Ph.D. and professor of Africana Studies at Brown University, Metamorphosis centers on the symbolic and cultural histories of Haiti and the Caribbean, interpreting colonial encounters and their consequences. Central to the changes in this time period were slave rebellions and the Haitian Revolution. Duval-Carrié’s artistic themes are many variations on the historic life of the region, blending his distinct aesthetic with the everyday, creating pieces that represent the Caribbean Diaspora experienced up through the present day.
TALLAHASSEE, FL– Florida’s legislative sessions came to an end as immigrant rights advocates celebrate the defeat of all anti-immigrant and…
By Haitian Times Editorial Staff
Haitian photographer Samuel Dameus is bringing the beauty of Haiti to the tips of your fingers with his new photobook “Faces of Haiti.” The photobook highlights images of Haiti’s majestic beaches, lush mountains, mesmerizing views and some poignant faces of everyday natives.
Haitian literature, prose and Vodou are explored during the 33rd Annual Miami Book Fair, set to run from Nov. 13 to Nov. 20. During the eight days each November, hundreds of authors and thousands of readers converge on Downtown Miami for the literary festival.
By Carlotta Mohamed
Bastien said the fact that Trump came to Little Haiti in September is an important symbol in the community. She received phone calls about elderly Haitian Americans who are voting for Trump just because he came to Little Haiti. Meanwhile, Clinton hasn’t done enough to show that voices of Haitian Americans are important, and shouldn’t be taken for granted because they do matter.
By M. Skye Holly
In recent years, films like Think Like a Man and The Best Man franchises have struck a chord with black women all across America, and for good reason. Stories of successful black men and women are in demand on the big screen, especially by women of color who want to see more accurate representations of themselves. This week, Everything But a Man will join the fold, bringing an international touch to the conversation.
Young Haitian professionals came together in Miami last Sunday to attend the 2nd Annual Standing with ECLAT fundraiser at Moca Café. The…
By Vania Andre
This March, the annual Miami Book Fair is launching a series of events inspired by Edwidge Danticat’s “Brother, I’m Dying,” a novel that examines her family’s experience with immigration and life in a politically-troubled Haiti. The programs, which range from intimate conversations with journalists to movie screenings, are a part of The Big Read, a literary event sponsored by the National Endowment of the Arts to celebrate reading and Haiti.
In celebration of Black History Month, the Little Haiti Cultural Complex (LHCC), along with Lobey Art and Travel and Future Roots Collective, launched Symbols of Freedom: The Power of Revolution, an exhibition that explores the “significance of the Veve symbols” in the success of the Haitian Revolution.
The exhibition, which runs from Feb. 1 to Mar. 12, features works from Haitian visual artist Florestal Evens.
By Vania Andre
A group of Republican lawmakers introduced a series of bills on Nov. 17 in Florida’s state legislature that would enforce federal immigration laws on the local level, and crack down on cities and counties that provide “sanctuary” for undocumented immigrants.
The term sanctuary city has been designated to local governments that do not enforce federal immigration laws and are considered “safe harbors” for undocumented immigrants.