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, submissions@haitiantimes.comBonne fèt drapo!


Life in Haiti

Haitians in the United States


Haitian Flag Day

A historical reenactor dressed up as Queen Marie-Louise Coidavid is flanked by other reenactors as King Henri Cristopher, Jean-Jacques Dessalines and Toussaint Louverture during Life of Hope’s Haitian Flag Day parade in Flatbush, NYC on May 14, 2022.

MORE PHOTOS | Haitian heritage celebrations continued over weekend

BROOKLYN – Haitian heritage celebrations continued with a festival in Little Haiti, Flatbush May 22. With Flag Day – May 18 – falling on a Wednesday this year, many Haitian communities held celebrations during the weekends before and after the day. Organizers are holding events throughout the month of May, designated as Haitian Heritage Month…

MORE PHOTOS | Haitian Flag Day in Okap, bastion of freedom

Cap-Haitien is largely regarded as the bastion of Haiti’s history and the fight for freedom worldwide. This year, the town celebrated the 219th anniversary of the flag with great fanfare. Here are some pictures of the day taken by Oldjy Francois.

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Haitians in Other Countries

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Haitians in Tapachula: For many, a daily struggle to survive   | Part 3

“Haitians in Tapachula” is a series that takes an in-depth look at Haitians in Tapachula, a city in southern Mexico about 20 miles north of the Guatemala-Mexico border. Many Haitians who make it here had spent years in Brazil and Chile before continuing toward North America in the ongoing search for better lives. In Tapachula,…

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Haitians in Digital Spaces

Haiti History and Culture 101