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Day 5: Denouement

Mid-day in Haiti, even in the winter, is blistering with heat. And I am in the courtyard in full sun spinning the girls around, holding them by their hands. 1,018 more words


Woffgang - The Haitian Mozart of Rappers and Artists

It’s rare that I get to profile an artist with such a wide variety of talent as Woff, better known as Woffgang. This young man, who’s real name is Wolfgang Senatus, hails from Haiti and has brought with him a rich repertoire of talent. 187 more words


6 Haitian Women To Celebrate For Women’s History Month By Vania Andre

This post first appeared in the Haitian Times at the following link:


March is Women’s History Month. Take a look at these six Haitian-American women who are sure to earn their place in history for their work in the Haitian community and in their respective fields. 333 more words


Counting My Blessings.

There are more reasons to smile than to frown. Count your blessings, not the times that bring you tears.

Yesterday afternoon I decided to make time to visit my grandparents. 676 more words


My Journey in Haiti

Today marks the first year anniversary of my very first time traveling to Haiti. This experience by far was the best experience of my life. Although i am Haitian, i have never been to Haiti with my parents because it was never the right time for me. 376 more words

"Drog Mwen" video to drop soon by Gabel

Haitian Group “Gabel” launches a website prior to releasing their upcoming video called “Drog Mwen”. This website allows us fans to see before and after video productions. 204 more words

Wynnie Lamour: ‘I Pay Homage to Haitian Women Through Kreyòl’

This essay by Wynnie Lamour was first published in Haitian Times magazine. 

Haitian Creole bridges the divide between generations of women in the diaspora

The night before my grandmother died, she came to visit me. 820 more words