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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


Made in Haiti junky alert

Whenever I purchase something new, I have the funny habit of wearing it or put it to use right after I purchase it. That’s exactly what happened with my recent purchase of a beautiful handmade calabash cross body purse. 552 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


Haitian Jack Speaks On 1994 Tupac Shakur Shooting

Anyone who know me personally know I am a huge Tupac Shakur fan. I was introduced to Tupac’s music when I moved from Turks and Caicos to American in 1994.  450 more words

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Fashion Find: "Kréyol" by Designer Joelle Jean-Fontaine

I AM KRÉYOL is a company that encompass all things fashion; with a ladies ready-to-wear clothing line, it also provide styling services for magazines and music artists. 203 more words


Seahawks Defensive End Cliff Avril Exits Superbowl With Concussion

Praying Cliff is Okay.

Last night during the 3rd quarter of the Superbowl game, the Haitian-American Seattle Seahawk player was removed from the game for a head injury and possible concussion. 183 more words

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Meet Fashion Designer Dayanne Danier And Her "Bien Abyé" Line

I am so excited to introduce Bien Abyé Fall/Winter designs to my readers. I love the  “Navy Is The New Black” concept and the hint of yellow, rich fabrics, deep tones and Intricate detailing makes the pieces fresh and exciting. 429 more words

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