New York City Department of Education will host a Google Classroom workshop for Haitian families in Creole on Oct. 21 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Low-Income NYC Residents, Undocumented Immigrants Could Get Financial Relief Burying Loved Loves During Coronavirus Crisis
The nonprofit City Harvest set up a food bank at the Tompkins Houses in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, March 18, 2020.Photo: Ben…
On Mar. 21, the Haitian Roundatable presented its third edition of the 1804 List “to recognize those who have demonstrated outstanding acts of service, innovators within their profession, and the rising stars who have made significant contributions in the United States, Haiti and beyond.” Thirty Haitian American professionals and leaders were honored at the awards ceremony that took place at the Florence Gould Hall in Manhattan. This year’s ceremony was hosted by Mona Scott-Young and Dr. Jeff Gardere.
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New York City’s long-term plan is updated every four years, and Mayor Bill de Blasio will offer the newest version, PlaNYC, on Earth Day, April 22. The idea, according to a statement from de Blasio, is “to make sure that we’re building toward a future that’s reliant, sustainable, and makes sense for the lives of all New Yorkers.”