Happy Haitian Heritage Month
The Haitian Times is pleased to present special coverage of 2022 Haitian Heritage Month focused on how compatriots are living, surviving and thriving across the globe. Our coverage — Haitians Across Borders— aims to go beyond stories about the plethora of events taking place. All month, you’ll see a variety of stories about the Haitian flag, culture, arts, sports, people, tech and “slice of life” only The Haitian Times brings you consistently. As always, tell us what you think on social and via email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Bonne fèt drapo!
This year, The Haitian Times is pleased to present special coverage of Haitian Heritage Month focused on how compatriots are living, surviving and thriving across the globe.
Life in Haiti
Haitians in the United States
Assemblymember Clyde Vanel will seek his third term in next month’s Democratic primary for District 33 in Queens.
Haitian Flag Day
Haitians in Other Countries
Charts & Infographics
Haitians in Digital Spaces
Haiti History and Culture 101
In decades past, many groups immigrated to Haiti, including Palestinians and Chinese, to escape persecution in their homelands. They also shaped Haitian society and culture over the years.