By Sam Bojarski Pierre Laguerre had big dreams when he arrived in the United States from Haiti at age 15….
By Ralph ‘Onz’ Chery Sondy Valestine, 28, felt an inexplicable amount of strength in him as he drove to Downstate…
By Ralph ‘Onz’ Chery — Jean Dely Mocombe, a former real estate investor, died on June 17 at New York Community Hospital in Brooklyn. He was 80.
Pandemic, Black Lives Matter highlight need for culturally effective mental health services to Haitians
By Macollvie J. Neel and Rachele Viard BROOKLYN — Sohamy Pinard, a psychiatric nurse practitioner, launched her mental health services…
A battle shouldn’t be fought merely by the frontliners. It’s a concept that many are familiar with during the novel coronavirus pandemic and are acting upon, including A’ La Mode Events’ chief planner and consultant, Debbie E. Louis.
Former New Jersey Department Of Health Director Colette Lamothe-Galette Lost Her Battle Against COVID-19
Colette Lamothe-Galette, also known as Tico, died from the novel coronavirus on April 4, 2020, at 46. She suffered from…
By Jonathan Greig The 2020 Census is well underway, with more than half the country already filling it out online…
Barbershops in North Miami Considered Community Hubs for Many Haitians See the Impact of the Covid-19 Virus
Barbershops are as much a social hub as they are an economic engine of a community. So as the novel Coronavirus is forcing much of the United States to shelter in place, that tradition is taking a huge blow.
United Haitian Alliance will organize Haitian Flag Day Car Drive Thru on Saturday to honor the Haitians who died from the novel coronavirus.
Adieu Profile: Gibbs “Bigg Gibbs” Seraphin, Visionary Behind The Hiring Of Central Brooklyn Residents In Construction
At 6-foot-1, 300 pounds, Gibbs ‘Bigg Gibbs’ Seraphin was not hard to spot in a crowd. But his size was only part of the reason that Seraphin, who died in March from coronavirus, captivated attention.