Haiti

Marketing and media maven Karen Civil traveled to Haiti over the weekend to open the doors of the Live Civil Computer Lab at the House of Hope Orphanage in Titanyen.

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You would think that by now people, especially those in the media, would understand that off-the-cuff comments about other races, nationalities, regions, etc. can easily be taken as offensive. That is the very hard lesson that one meteorologist had to learn yesterday when she attempted to report of the impending Hurricane Matthew, but somehow managed […]

Naylor won the National Book Award and the American Book Award for her debut novel, which was later turned into a mini-series helmed by Oprah Winfrey.

Former botanist Max Gesner Beauvoir, a leader of the Haitian religion popularly known as Vodou, has died.

It took a 60 second earthquake to devastate the island nation of Haiti. Five years later the nation is still struggling to rebuild and return…

Imagine if the United States passed a new bill that denied citizenship to everyone whose ancestors migrated to the United States anytime after 1929. If…

In terms of historic merit, the achievements of Haitian Revolution leader Toussaint L’Ouverture (pictured) are noteworthy but also highlight a complex and sweeping story. In…

(1829-1911) James Theodore Holly, a black man who emigrated to Haiti, was consecrated Bishop to Haiti on November 8, 1874. A ceremony was held at Grace Church in New York for Holly, who was elected five days earlier.

Though its roots are in Trinidad and Tobago, the West Indian American Day Carnival Parade has always been an all-inclusive Caribbean affair, and this year, Haiti’s going to get some special attention, according to carnival spokeswoman Jean Alexander.