The Dominican Republic and Haiti: A Shared View from the Diaspora

A conversation with Edwidge Danticat and Junot Díaz. America’s Quarterly, By Richard André, July 2014 In a landmark ruling, the Dominican Republic’s Constitutional Court last September stripped an estimated 210,000 individuals—most of whom are Dominicans born to Haitian sugar cane workers—of their citizenship, effectively leaving them stateless. The ensuing outcry from the international community has  Read more

July 29, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

American Airlines will add a second destination in Haiti.

USA TODAY, By Ben Mutzabaugh, July 28, 2014 Beginning Oct. 2, American will start daily nonstop service between its Miami hub and the city of Cap-Haitien on Haiti’s north coast. American will fly one daily round-trip flight on the route using Boeing 737-800 aircraft. (Photo: Scott Olson, Getty Images) American has long flown to Port-au-Prince,  Read more

July 29, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Congress passes law promoting transparency in Haiti’s reconstruction

Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, Fri, Jul. 25, 2014 Nearly five years after a devastating earthquake nearly flatten Haiti’s capital, the U.S. Congress on Friday passed legislation aimed at shedding light on how U.S. funds are used in the country’s reconstruction efforts. The Assessing Progress in Haiti Act of 2014 requires the U.S. Secretary of  Read more

July 26, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Borrowing from Hillary Clinton, Haiti Prime Minister raises profile

The Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, Thu, Jul. 24, 2014 For a man who says he’s not a presidential candidate, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe is campaigning like one. (Photo:  Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe pitches his country’s post-earthquake progress at the opening of the new Caribbean Marketplace in Little Haiti. Later, Lamothe attended a  Read more

July 25, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

The Haiti Question

By Haitian Times | by Max Joseph, July 23rd, 2014 Unless the international community reverses course and abandons the notion of imposing the now discredited neo-liberalism economic system in Haiti, the continued existence of the nation as a viable entity is becoming dimmer by the hour. So obvious is the destructive aspect of the policy  Read more

July 25, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Haitians trek to waterfall to venerate saint, The Associated Press, July 16, 2014 SAUT D’ EAU, HAITI — Followers of Haiti’s most celebrated patron saint, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, gathered at the Saut d’Eau waterfall Tuesday to pay her tribute and make requests. (Photo:  A voodoo pilgrim bathes in a waterfall believed to have purifying powers during the annual celebration  Read more

July 17, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Digicel will unblock all apps by midnight in Haiti

The Sentinel , By Staff, Wednesday, July 16, 2014 PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti ( – With questions of corruption and internet censorship reaching crescendo amid the shadowy practices of Digicel and the government of its largest market, Haiti, it was announced Wednesday that by midnight, Digicel will unblock all VoIP applications, banned a month ago by the  Read more

July 17, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Haiti Doesn’t Have a Vodou Problem,

It Has a Christianity Problem [OPINION] FRANCE FRANCOIS SAYS THAT AFRICAN TRADITIONS IN THE STRUGGLING NATION SHOULD BE CELEBRATED, NOT ATTACKED Ebony, News & Views,  By France Francois, July 16, 2014 Taking a page out of the Gospel of Pat Robertson, Chibly Langlois, Haiti’s first Roman Catholic cardinal revealed the “big social problem” in Haiti:  Read more

July 17, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Leopard Haiti Fund invests $1,7M in Veerhouse Voda Haiti S.A.

Haiti Libre, 07/15/2014 This Tuesday, Leopard Capital announced that it has provided USD 1,750,000 to Veerhouse Voda Haiti S.A., a manufacturer a manufacturer of buildings whose construction solutions at competitive prices, combine lightweight steel frames, expanded polystyrene (EPS) walls, and a patented mortar mix. This system produces a permanent structure highly resistant to climatic and  Read more

July 16, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

Olympics Committee sports complex opens in Haiti

Haiti’s youth welcomed a new sports complex Tuesday, a donation from the Olympics Committee aimed at developing sports in the country. Miami Herald, By Jacqueline Charles, Tuesday, 07.15.14 PORT-AU-PRINCE — ‎A group of diplomats relived childhood dreams Tuesday as they practiced jump shots, played table tennis and jockeyed to score GOOOOAAAALLLL on the soccer field.  Read more

July 15, 2014 in Haiti News by Renee

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