The #PetroCaribeChallenge, a hashtag meant to express outrage at the Haitian government embezzling $2 billion in Petrocaribe funds, is slowly evolving into full-fledged protests. While people in Haiti have been walking through […]
USAID Awards University of Florida $13.7 Million Grant to Improve Food Security in Haiti | The Haitian Times
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Global office was awarded a $13.7 million grant by USAID as part of the U.S. Government’s global hunger and food security initiative, […]
Top Looks From Haiti Fashion Week | The Haitian Times .
The third edition of Haiti Fashion Week HFW will spotlight talent from Mexico on October 30 to November 2, 2014 at the Karibe Hotel Convention Center in Petion-Ville, Haiti. This year’s theme […]
Duvalier Family Bids Farewell | The Haitian Times .
When I asked people from all walks of Haitian life who were extolling the progress, no one could identify the source of the public works projects, the company, donors, etc. One reason […]
Believe it or not, Haiti’s deforestation problem is not about the trees. Deforestation was largely precipitated by people’s need to make a living. In the absence of other viable alternatives, cutting down […]
“Haitian women and young girls were victims of rampant rape and violence [and that] individual rape by export-processing factory managers was often a condition for continued employment in jobs that paid a […]
The paintings in this collection, like those morsels of words, also took me on a journey. They took me to a different place. A beautiful place. A regenerative paradise. A place that I […]
There is a common misconception that only the ladies have an affinity for chocolate and sweets. But on the contrary, most men will tell you that they too enjoy the decadence of […]
Emmanuela Joseph looks every bit of her 45 years of hard scrabble life in Port-au-Prince. A few months ago, the mother of five children came for a regular check up (a Pap […]
As a leader for civil rights and the nation’s first black Supreme Court justice, Thurgood Marshall is one of the most revered figures in American history. Marshall worked through the courts, one […]
Thanks to Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Americans dedicate the month of February to the tradition of highlighting Black History. The celebrated historian dedicated his career to documenting and studying the history of […]
One week before election day, Donald Trump falsely stated that Chrysler was shipping its Jeep production overseas to China. He did so, on a few different media platforms, including Twitter. Ralph Gilles fired back […]
The Haitian community in the New York metro area has an abundance of entrepreneurs, professionals and artists. In this new year, we present 13 leading figures who are forging paths of success […]