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FLASH: Haiti Music - BOULOT Valcourt is Dead

Breaking News... We have just learned that Haitian musician Boulot Valcourt has died in New York Friday, 17 Nov 2017 where he was hospitalized the last 3 months.

"Banm Tit Mwen," Give me my Respect, a Haitian Rap Creole Military Soldier Man sings...

"I could've been a businessman but instead I chose to become a soldier in the Haitian Military. So, give me my respect (Banm Tit Mwen), a Haitian soldier sings in his new Rap Creole song.

TPS for Nicaragua Delayed 12 months, TPS for Haitians to be decided 23 Nov

Although Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Nicaraguans has been terminated by the U.S. department of Homeland Security, There is a 12 months delay of the effective date of termination... Why? Keep reading...

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka: Haiti is a Beautiful Country, the negative comments do not reflect reality

"Haiti is a beautiful little country," says Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka, "the negative comments do not reflect the reality." Naomi Osaka visited her father's native Haiti for the first time in her young 20 years, a personal decision she said.

Haitians lack respect for small business men and women who provide the services they need everyday

Many times, we Haitians, we lack respect for those who make sacrifices every day to make our lives more comfortable. We have NO respect for the small business men and women in Haiti. We belittle what they do for us everyday...

Haitian-Japanese Tennis Player Naomi Osaka visits Haiti

Naomi Osaka, the Haitian-Japanese tennis player who defeated tennis legend Venus Williams in Hong Kong is in Haiti visiting a school his parents build 20 years ago.

Haitian man sentenced to Death in Florida for killing his wife and 5 children

Haitian Florida man Mesac Damas, 41, has been sentenced to death for killing his wife and five children in Naples FL.

The New Haitian Military will Parade the Streets of Port-au-Prince on 18 Novembre, Haitian Army Day, Are you Ready?

The new Haitian military is getting ready for a major parade in the streets of Port-au-Prince on 18 November 2017, Haitian Armed Forces Day, according to a credible news source.

Why do Haitians consider old people "LOUGAROU"?

When I was growing up in Haiti, virtually every old lady in the neighborhood was considered a DYAB, a LOUGAROU.... I am older now and things haven't changed that much.

Haitian Culture vs. Haitian Ignorance : NOT everything we Haitians do is "Culture"

There are many things that we Haitians consider culture but when other people look at us doing these things, they see it as pure ignorance. Are we right? Are they wrong?