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The Haitian Times has been working since 1999 to bridge the gaps between generations and geography among Haitians, telling the real stories of Haiti and Haitian Americans, providing nuanced coverage of our culture and politics. By prioritizing people and humanizing policy decisions, The Haitian Times brings a deep understanding of the challenges facing the community. By donating, you are helping to build a stronger Haitian-Diaspora community and ultimately contributing to a better Haiti.
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OUR WORK IN HAITI
The Haitian Times kicked off a one-month bootcamp for six aspiring journalists based in Haiti earlier this week. The hope is to train participants to follow the New York-based publication’s American-style journalism, founder Garry Pierre-Pierre said.
State of Haiti series looks at the conditions many Haitians endure to carry on from day to day, despite alarming statistics about the country’s governance, crime and severe humanitarian crises.
INTERACTIVES & DATA VISUALIZATIONS
State of Haiti: By the numbers Haitians were displaced from their homes in 2022 because of gang violence. A quick look at the figures and stats that shapes policy in Haiti and gives a peak into the daily life of Haitians and the diaspora. Crime & Violence Haiti has faced persistent crime and violence in…