Haitians Who Blog is an online community of Haitian content creators including, bloggers, vloggers, writers/authors, poets, and podcasters. Haitians Who Blog conduct monthly meetup in your respective city where bloggers can connect, share their ideas, and collaborate. The community focuses on promoting content creators while encouraging businesses to recruit content creators of Haitian descent.
Grab your notepad/laptop and gather your friends to learn more about the content creators in the Haitians Who Blog community.
Date and Time
Sat, April 28, 2018
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM EDT
FIU South Campus
11200 Southwest 8th Street
Miami, FL 33199
Mr. Hubert Seaton needs a liaison in Haiti. Preferably a young female student that speaks English. I will pay her 40 us dollars a month to make contacts for me. To talk to people and send information via teleconferences. This will increase as I do business in Haiti.
If interested, please contact: "Hubert Seaton" at: email@example.com
This was a free Community service provided by HaitiObserver.com
Two Haitian students at Columbia University will be on the discussion panel to talk about Haiti, TPS, DACA, human rights, racism, and education to name a few. So please help me spread the word and come support them, if you can. See details below..
WHAT CAN WE DO?
A Panel Discussion on Education, Human Rights and Immigration
Moderated by Dr. Randall Richardson-Vejlgaard
Followed by a small reception.
Click on link for details:
Date: Thursday April 12th 2018,
Time: 6:30-8:00 pm
Place: Milbank Chapel
525 W 120th Street
New York, NY 10027
Sugar Brown: Burlesque Bad & Bougie Comedy Affair will be showing on April 13, 2018 @ Little haiti Cultural Center - Little Haiti Miami
•Bad & Bougie: Sugar Brown discloses her diaries through comedy, storytelling, and sexy burlesque dance as she experiences her first time becoming a submissive.
•About: The slinky alter ego of Lanita Shera, who explores different facets of sexuality with her original productions. In this R-rated and highly-interactive show Sugar does this not just through hilarious comedy but also with dance.
•Burlesque: It's a sensual art form that incorporates dance, risque costumes, and frank, friendly lustiness, elegantly celebrating a side of life we don't always talk about.
The Haitian American Business Expo, Inc. / U.S. Haitian Chamber of Commerce, Inc. is pleased to partner with the Mayor's Office of Economic Development Boston to host this workshop on how to open and manage a restaurant. Please join us on Monday, February 26th at the Mattapan Branch of the Boston Public Library.
A panel of experts will walk you through a crash course in opening and managing a restaurant. This class will help you explore the different things to consider, from choosing the right location and finding financing, to selecting the right name and marketing your business.
Miami Bayside Foundation presents Small business training at no charge. Sharpen your entrepreneurial skills while learning how to prepare to acess capitals. Attend a minimum of 8 out of 10 classes to receive a Certificate of Completion.
Session 1: Understanding your business
Session 2: Establishing your Business
Session 3: Developing your Business Plan
In celebration of Black History Month The Haitian Heritage Museum presents the Arts Innovation Talk ("Arts IT") series with local Urban Contemporary Artists: Kandy Lopez, Troy Simmons, and Tracy Guiteau, that are featured in our current Black Contemporary Art Show.
This Artists talk series will connect the artists with the community to share their unique artistic forms of expression, and the role that the Arts plays in community building through the lens of Urban Black Contemporary Artists. Thursday Feb. 22, 2018 6:00pm to 9pm at the Haitian Heritage Museum.
For more information, our mailing address is:
4141 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33137
Le 7e Festival Fondu au Noir offrira une grande célébration du Mois de l'Histoire des Noirs à Montréal du 22 au 25 février 2018 à travers un programme alliant cinéma, humour, musique et discussions.
Le Festival Fondu au Noir, créé par la Fondation Fabienne Colas et présenté par la Banque TD, revient avec une 7e édition inspirante et diversifiée. 2018 étant une année mythique soulignant les 215 ans de l'indépendance d'Haïti, le Festival a choisi le thème hommage à Haïti et ses talents tout en commémorant, en clôture du Festival à travers le film The Rape of Recy Taylor, l'important mouvement planétaire #MoiAussi, qui inspire les femmes à se tenir debout et à s'exprimer.
Infos / Bande-annonce / BIllets: www.FonduAuNoir.ca
OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES - A MATTER OF GRATITUDE AND RESPECT
Boca Raton, Florida
President Donald Trump
The White House
Mr. President, several years ago, I wrote an open letter to President Ronald Reagan on behalf of Haitian expatriates fleeing the murderous Duvalier regime who were seeking refuge in our country but were being deported. A similar situation is occurring today with the presence here under temporary protection status granted by President Obama of some of the victims of the terrible earthquake that killed 300,000, wounded thousands, left more than a million homeless and destroyed the infrastructures of many areas. After that disaster and the non-delivery of most of the international help that was offered, Haiti is far from recovering. To add insult to pain and suffering, you have reportedly qualified Haitians and their nation with a vulgar, blatantly mean expletive. Should you and your Government decide to deport them, Mr. President, they and their nation at least deserve respect and an apology. Many have been the arguments invoked in favor of allowing those few people to remain here - compassion, justice, human rights, protection of lives, family unification, etc. Unfortunately, all that is being defeated in the name of "law and order" and "defense of our borders". I am taking the initiative to write to you, Mr. President, not just as a request for compassion or justice, but also in defense of the honor of my native Haiti, a glorious country whose epopee is the most heroic in History, a nation to whom the whole world and the United-States in particular owe a debt of gratitude.
I have a very exciting opportunity concerning the residents of Little Haiti Miami! Last year, they submitted footage of Little Haiti to the community project, Miami in Movements (Project 305). You can see exactly what they submitted by clicking here! This weekend, residents of Little Haiti will have a second chance to see this unique project! Don't let them miss out! See more information below!
I am excited to share that next Saturday, Feb. 3, the New World Symphony Fellows will be taking the stage alongside Artistic Director and conductor, Michael Tilson Thomas (MTT), for the annual "New Work" performance. The highly-anticipated program will feature the world premieres of a newly-revised Miami in Movements, musical compositions and literary works by MTT himself as well as an exclusive micro-play by famed New York playwright, Christopher Wall. Would love to invite you to attend and cover the event!
Our objective is to share with you news and information about Haiti and the people of Haiti. Traditions, habits and the way we were or grew are alive in this site. We highly recommend that you Subscribe to our Newsletter and also share with us some of the things that are memorable and made us unique people.