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Ban on imports of fruit and vegetables Dominicans

Haiti Libre, 03/21/2015 Friday, a note signed by the agronomist Pierre-Guy Lafontant, Director General of the Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development, announces to the attention of all traders, importers, producers and the entire population, the temporary import ban on a variety of fruits and vegetables from the Dominican Republic. This prohibition is […]

March 21, 2015 in Haiti News by

Howard University in Haiti for Spring Break

L’Union Suite, March 19, 2015 Hundreds of Howard University students who skipped the beaches, parties, vacations and even trips home for spring break are embarking to seven U.S. cities and Haiti, where they will spend the week serving others. This year during the Alternative Spring Break (ASB) week of March 16, more than 400 students […]

March 20, 2015 in Haiti News by

UN and Japan Come Together To Support Elections In Haiti w/ $8.4 million Funding Deal

The Haitian Times, March 12, 2015 Two agreements worth $8.4 million will support Haiti’s upcoming election, strengthen the country’s electoral processes and reduce the risks from disasters (Photo; The Ambassador of Japan in Haiti, His Excellency Mr. Katsuyoshi Tamura, and Senior Director of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Sophie de Caen, signed two financing […]

March 13, 2015 in Haiti News by

Tirf Alexius, Remoh Romeo Go Home in ‘Lakay’ (film review)

HollywoodChicago.com, Film Review, PatrickMcD, October 14, 2014 (now available on DVD CHICAGO – In America, we all came from somewhere, and there is always that other “home.” Brothers/filmmakers Tirf Alexius and Remoh Romeo – twenty-plus years removed from their native Haiti after moving to Chicago – go back to their homeland after the 2010 earthquake, […]

March 12, 2015 in Haiti News by

For Haiti, a new challenge: Basketball

PRI, Reporter Marc Kilstein, March 10, 2015 Jim Bostic smiles as he looks out onto a snow-covered Rucker Park. This windswept patch of Harlem asphalt, at 155th Street and 8th Avenue, is where Bostic first made a name for himself back in the late 1970s. (Photo:  Survivors of Haiti’s earthquake play basketball in front of a pile […]

March 11, 2015 in Haiti News by

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March 8, 2015 in Foundation News, Haiti News by

Why Haiti Needs New Narratives (Book)

A Haitian-American anthropologist makes sense of her homeland in the wake of the 2010 earthquake By Gina Athena Ulysse; Robin D.G. Kelley, fwd. Publication date: May 25, 2015 Wesleyan University Press 2015 • 408 pp. 3 illus. 6 1/8 x 8 1/4” Anthropology / Political Commentary / Diaries & Journals Mainstream news coverage of the […]

March 8, 2015 in Haiti News by

ANACAONA la Reine qui a marqué l’histoire d’Haïti (1474-1503)

Ayiti News, March 2015 Haïti est reconnu pour ses belles femmes. La misère, les troubles politiques mais le temps n’a jamais pu ébrécher d’un iota leur incomparable beauté. En outre, elles possèdent des vertus qui les rendent encore plus adorables telles leur courage et leur sens de responsabilité. En effet, nos femmes ne rechignent pas […]

March 7, 2015 in Haiti News by

Five years after quake, emerging northern Haiti faces challenges

The Seattle Times, Ángel González, March 2015 It’s been half a decade since a 7.0 earthquake ravaged Haiti, and a tiny northern fishing village has its first electricity, illuminating both the nation’s recovery and the obstacles slowing its progress. (Photo: A typical street scene in Cap-Haïtien illustrates the lack of infrastructure in Haiti’s second largest […]

March 7, 2015 in Haiti News by

“Have you ever had griot?”

The New York Times, Melissa Clark, March 5, 2015, My friend Roger asked me that at a dinner party he hosted this winter. Not only had I never had griot, I had never even heard the word spoken aloud. (It’s pronounced gree-oh.) Up until that evening, griot — a classic Haitian dish of pork cubes […]

March 6, 2015 in Haiti News by

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