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Cuba & The World Part 1: Kate Negro and the Haitian Revolution

Teachers College, Columbia University 525 W 120th St #91, New York

Kafe Negro tells the story of migrations around a small grain that became the second most important raw material on the global market. This film tells the story of the waves of migration of Haitian workers who, over time, profoundly transformed the culture and demography of Cuba and developed coffee growing on the island.

HNGD’s Annual Haitian Independence Day Celebration

St David's Episcopal Church 16200 W 12 Mile Rd, Southfield

Spend an afternoon with the Haitian Network Group of Detroit While savoring Haiti’s Soup Joumou and pâtés. For reservations or orders ahead of time, Call 248-514-6494 or email HNGD