The United States and the Haitian Revolution, 1791–1804

U.S. State Department, Office of the Historian, MILESTONES: 1784–1800 The Haitian Revolution created the second independent country in the Americas after the United States became independent in 1783. U.S. political leaders, many of them slaveowners, reacted to the emergence of Haiti as a state borne out of a slave revolt with ambivalence, at times providing aid […]

January 2, 2019 in Haiti News by

Happy New Year & Independence

Le Flambeau Foundation, Inc., January 1, 2019 The year 2018 came and went in the blink of an eye and we now find ourselves facing the end, and the beginning – 2019. Natural disasters, political shifts, and economic restructuring; each played a role in this year’s story. Educational advancement, a board meeting in Haiti that […]

January 1, 2019 in Foundation News, Haiti News by

Cremas Is Haiti’s Beloved Holiday Beverage That You Should Drink All Season

“We associate cremas with the best parts of growing up: communions, weddings, and the holidays. It’s a celebration drink.” Food & Wine, VONNIE WILLIAMS, December 10, 2018 When I asked Nadege Fleurimond, chef and author of Haiti Uncovered, to describe cremas, she paused. Breaking into a wide smile, she said, “It’s like eggnog, but a […]

December 30, 2018 in Haiti News by

DR sends soldiers to border to prevent illegal Haitian migrants

Jamaica Observer, Sunday, December 30, 2018 PORT AU PRINCE, Haiti, (CMC) — The Dominican Republic has sent 600 soldiers to reinforce the border with Haiti in a bid to prevent Haitian nationals illegally entering the country during and after the holiday season. The authorities in Santo Domingo said that the soldiers would remain in place until […]

December 30, 2018 in Haiti News by

Celebrating Achievements – Past and Future

Le Flambeau Foundation, Inc., December 28, 2018 The year 2018 came and went in the blink of an eye and we now find ourselves facing the end, and the beginning – 2019. Natural disasters, political shifts, and economic restructuring; each played a role in this year’s story. Educational advancement, a board meeting in Haiti that […]

December 29, 2018 in Foundation News, Haiti News, Uncategorized by

Haitian Newsmakers Of The Year

Haitien Times, December 28, 2018 Naomi Osaka Haiti won big in sports this year. While the small island nation made the news circuit a few times this year, often for not so glamorous reasons, she was also the topic of mainstream discussions because of the success of athletes in the Haitian Diaspora. Here are six […]

December 29, 2018 in Haiti News by

Is Haiti Awakening to Change?

The New York Times, OPINION, By Jake Johnston, Dec. 26, 2018 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — It started with a few keystrokes in a living room in Montreal. Gilbert Mirambeau Jr., a Haitian filmmaker and writer, took to Twitter on Aug. 14 to post a photo of himself, blindfolded, holding a piece of cardboard with a simple question written […]

December 27, 2018 in Haiti News by

‘All of it is lost.’ Fire destroys Haiti radio station, leaving its future uncertain

Miami Herald, by Jacqueline Charles, December 22, 2018 A fire destroyed a respected Haiti radio station Friday as frantic employees and guests tried to put the flames out with buckets of water while firefighters shouted at one another and struggled to bring the fire under control. (Photo Credit:  A fire gutted Radio Kiskeya in Haiti the […]

December 23, 2018 in Haiti News by

U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATOR MARK GREEN TRAVELED TO HAITI

For Immediate Release Friday, December 21, 2018 Office of Press Relations Telephone: +1.202.712.4320 | Email: press@usaid.gov U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Mark Green traveled to Haiti from December 18-21. During his visit, the Administrator toured USAID-funded programs in health, agriculture, and entrepreneurship, and met with representatives from the Haitian Government, the private sector, donor […]

December 22, 2018 in Haiti News by

In Their Own Words: Haiti’s Rich Culture Through 8 Haitian Novels

Forbes, by James Ellsmoor (Contributor), Dec 19, 2018 Haiti is the birthplace of a rich literary heritage that deserves more attention. Often painted in mainstream media as a country plagued by difficulties, Haitian entrepreneurs, artists and innovators are rewriting that narrative. The struggles that Haiti has faced do not overshadow its rich culture and history or the […]

December 20, 2018 in Haiti News by

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