Recent NAHP Conference Features Prime Minister (video)

Le discours du chef du gouvernement haïtien a été accueilli par un public varié Presentation made at the NAHP Conference on November 14, 2015 in Miami, FL.   Haiti Prime Minister Evans Paul delivers his speech. Après l’ouverture officielle de la quatrième édition de la conference annuelle de l’Association nationale des professionnels haïtiens (NAHP) qui […]

November 15, 2015 in Haiti News by

The Scholar Denied: W. E. B. Du Bois and…

The Scholar Denied: W. E. B. Du Bois and the Birth of Modern Sociology Hardcover – August 27, 2015 by Aldon Morris (Author) Note:  W.E.B. Du Bois was closely connected to Haiti and Le Flambeau Foundation father Sénateur Emile Saint-Lôt. Book Review from Amazon, incorporating perspectives from an extensive list of experts at Harvard, Brown, etc… In […]

October 17, 2015 in Foundation News, Haiti News, Upcoming Events by

“Mother Tongues United: Creoles of the Caribbean

Exploring the Intersections of Different Creole-speaking Communities (on Oct. 21, 2015) Haitian Creole Language Institute of New York, October 13, 2015 BROOKLYN, NY –  The Haitian Creole Language Institute of New York (HCLI), in partnership with Port Academie, presents “Mother Tongues United: Creoles of the Caribbean” on Wednesday, October 21, 2015. A historically undervalued language is […]

October 17, 2015 in Haiti News, Upcoming Events by

New “Face Justice” campaign launched on behalf of Haiti’s cholera victims

Haiti Liberté, By Kim Ives, Oct. 14, 2015 Five years ago this month, the first cases of cholera in more than a century started to multiply in Haiti’s Artibonite Valley. Today, some 9,000 Haitians have died and 746,000 have been sickened by what mushroomed into the world’s worst cholera epidemic. United Nations troops from Nepal […]

October 15, 2015 in Haiti News by

Author Edwidge Danticat On The Dominican Republic:

“Government Is Trying To Erase A Whole Segment Of History” The Miami New Times, By Dana De Greff, October 12, 2015 Physical and symbolic lines have long divided the island of Hispaniola. On the one side is Haiti, on the other, the Dominican Republic — two vastly different countries that have had a turbulent history. […]

October 13, 2015 in Haiti News by

Diagnosing What Ails Haiti’s Economy

The World Bank fingers cronyism, of which Bill Clinton was for years a symbol. The Wall Street Journal, By Mary Anastasia O’grady, Oct. 11, 2015 U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made a stop in Haiti last week to lend support to the country’s Oct. 25 presidential and second-round parliamentary elections. Amid allegations by some […]

October 11, 2015 in Haiti News by

Dominican Merchants Close Border Market Amid Haiti Goods Ban

NBC News, OCT 9 2015 SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Merchants in the Dominican Republic have shuttered the biggest border market for trade with Haiti amid that country’s ban on some goods entering overland. Haiti has banned 23 products from crossing by land its border with the Dominican Republic, seeking to improve tax collection and […]

October 10, 2015 in Haiti News by

UN wants another year for Haiti peacekeeping mission

UN wants the peacekeeping mission to extend for year to help Haiti complete upcoming round of elections Aljazeera America, The Associated Press, October 9, 2015 The U.N. secretary-general is recommending that the U.N. peacekeeping mission in Haiti stay for another year. (Photo: A Brazilian soldier of the MINUSTAH (United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti) peacekeeping […]

October 10, 2015 in Haiti News by

UN: Haiti Taking “Resolute” Steps Toward Renewal of Democracy

Caribbean Journal, By the Caribbean Journal staff, October 9th, 2015 Is Haiti’s political process moving forward? Haiti is taking “resolute” steps toward renewing its democratic institutions, according to MINUSTAH Chief Sandra Honore. The United Nations’ top official in Haiti pointed to the first-round elections in the country in August as evidence that the country was […]

October 10, 2015 in Haiti News by

Haitian Monument in Savannah Celebrated

Célébration du 8ème anniversaire du “Haitian Memorial Monument Ministère de la Culture Haïti, October 10, 2015 La commémoration du “Siège de Savannah” se déroule, cette année, en présence des Ministres de la Culture, Mme Dithny Joan Raton et des Haïtiens Vivant à l’Etranger, M. Robert Labrousse. Une cérémonie s’est tenue au Franklin Square (Savannah, GA), […]

October 10, 2015 in Haiti News by

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