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Miami bids farewell to folk singer Manno Charlemagne, the Bob Marley of Haiti
They came one last time to pay homage to the firebrand folk singer whose politically charged lyrics set to acoustic guitar melodies put corrupt politicians on notice and inspired a … Click to Continue »

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 21:08:22 EST

This Miami Haitian artist died struggling to pay rent. Did gentrification play a role?
From the glass walls of his hidden Little Haiti art gallery overlooking a changing streetscape, Joseph Wilfrid Daleus dreamed of the day deep-pocket tourists and well-heeled art collectors would discover … Click to Continue »

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:34:09 EST

Haitian folk singer who had sharp words for politicians dies in Miami Beach
Joseph Emmanuel “Manno” Charlemagne, whose acerbic folk songs about Haitian politics kept him in exile — often in South Florida — for much of his life, died Sunday in a … Click to Continue »

Sun, 10 Dec 2017 16:29:21 EST

The storm-ravaged Caribbean just got $2 billion to rebuild. But is that enough money?
The international community is pledging over $2 billion, almost half in loans and debt relief, to help rebuild the Caribbean islands decimated by this year’s string of hurricanes. Made during … Click to Continue »

Wed, 22 Nov 2017 19:08:33 EST

Trump’s visit to Florida met with protests over immigration decision for Haitians
South Florida community leaders Tuesday decried the Trump administration’s decision to return nearly 60,000 Haitians to their quake-ravaged homeland, calling it “heartbreaking” and “shameful” while vowing that their fight has … Click to Continue »

Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:35:28 EST

Haitian quake victims in the U.S. will lose deportation protection in 2019
After years of being shielded from deportation from the United States while their disaster-prone country continues to recover from its devastating 2010 earthquake, tens of thousands of Haitians will now … Click to Continue »

Mon, 20 Nov 2017 19:01:17 EST

Haiti owes Venezuela $2 billion – and much of it was embezzled, Senate report says
A special Haitian Senate commission is accusing more than a dozen former government officials and heads of private firms of embezzling $2 billion in Venezuelan oil loans — money that … Click to Continue »

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 12:06:46 EST

Years of unchecked corruption hamper Haiti's development
Beauplan's commission recently released a 656-page report on the management of $2 billion in loans that Haiti received as part of Venezuela's PetroCaribe discounted oil program. The investigation accuses 15 former government officials, including two former prime ministers and current President Jovenel Moïse's chief of staff, of corruption and poor management. … Click to Continue »

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 19:02:53 EST

How a blond socialite found her Haitian roots and dedicated her life to an orphanage
Growing up in South Florida, Michele King Soffer enjoyed the shock factor that came with telling friends that despite her blond hair and green eyes, she was Haitian. “I grew … Click to Continue »

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 07:02:00 EST

A new bill would allow all TPS recipients to apply for permanent residency
As the Trump administration weighs whether to end Temporary Protected Status for thousands of Haitians and Salvadorans, three members of Congress are preparing legislation that would allow every TPS recipient … Click to Continue »

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 06:00:00 EST
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A Year After a Hurricane, Stepping Out of Limbo in Haiti
The remote Haitian island of Île-à-Vache was devastated by Hurricane Matthew in October 2016. Some residents have been able to rebuild their homes. For others, it is taking longer.

About 2,500 Nicaraguans to Lose Special Permission to Live in U.S.
The Trump administration said thousands of immigrants from Nicaragua would have to leave the country by Jan. 5, 2019, but extended protections for Hondurans, for now.

Brooklyn’s Haitians Wonder What Awaits Them When Protections End
The government is ending a program that let Haitians stay in the United States legally after the 2010 earthquake, and many in the community worry about their future.

Giving Capitalism a Social Conscience
A Nobel Peace Prize laureate discusses his strategy for reducing the global dangers of extreme wealth concentration.

Review: Paul Farmer Works to Heal Haiti in ‘Bending the Arc’
This feel-good documentary dives into global health care with the same optimism as its subjects, two founders of Partners in Health.

The Double-Stuffed Boat to Haiti
Through a quirk of customs law, Haitian New Yorkers can ship home almost anything, as long as it’s crammed into a vehicle that can be loaded onto a boat.

The Heroes of Burial Road
In Haiti’s capital, death is often harder to afford than life. The men who tend to the bodies told their stories to New York Times journalists.

Trump Administration Ends Temporary Protection for Haitians
A program that let 59,000 Haitians remain in the United States after a 2010 earthquake will end in July 2019.

White House Pressed Unsuccessfully to End Immigration Program
President Trump’s chief of staff tried to persuade the acting homeland security secretary to end a program that shields about 300,000 immigrants from deportation.

‘A World of Misery Few of Us Really See’: Readers and a Bureau Chief Discuss Haiti’s Abandoned Dead
Catherine Porter, who has visited Haiti 20 times, explains how she discovered the men who collect and bury the bodies of impoverished Haitians.

Pictures below and left, taken during the May 2014 celebration of Haitian Flag Day in Philadelphia. Left is Madame Florcy Morisset, a founder and previous president of Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia. Mme Morisset is the owner of the fine arts organization, Vivant, which buys and sells art by Caribbean and African artists. For 7 years, Mme Morisset owned and ran an art gallery on 2nd Street in Olde City Philadelphia.