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Haitian pastors cry for help as financial toll mounts for Black churches nationwide
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Haitian pastors cry for help as financial toll mounts for Black churches nationwide

Churches nationwide have used federal relief funds to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, but small Haitian churches in Brooklyn have been locked out, some pastors said. Now, they are asking the government to help.

Home for the holidays means kremas time in Haitian-American households
Immigrant Voices

Home for the holidays means kremas time in Haitian-American households

Whether made from an age-old family recipe or store-bought, the warmth of kremas’ sweetened milk, coconut aroma and cinnamon spice is sure to permeate many a household. And in a year filled with loss and anxiety, the eggnog-like beverage, spiked with Haitian rum or moonshine and strained to silky smoothness, will be a source of familiar comfort.