Haiti: Coming Soon “Madan Sara,” a Documentary Film by Etant Dupain

by TEAM WOY   This post is also available in Kreyol.“If the madan sara does not go to work, the city does not eat.” These powerful words come from an essay published on our site three years ago, written by Etant Dupain. Journalist, documentary producer, and activist, he detailed his admiration for these women like … More Haiti: Coming Soon “Madan Sara,” a Documentary Film by Etant Dupain

Father Gérard Jean-Juste: The People’s Priest (1946–2009)

By Kim Ives This article was originally published by Haiti Liberté Father Gérard Jean-Juste was entirely without any pretensions of grandeur. Photo: Wadner Pierre/Haïti Liberté Here’s one anecdote that captures the man. While he was jailed for political reasons in late 2005, the priest took part of his prison rations and any extra food friends and family … More Father Gérard Jean-Juste: The People’s Priest (1946–2009)

New York, Let’s Laugh and Learn How to ​​Make Justice Happen With the Best Haitian Comedians at Gotham Comedy Club On May 2

By Wadner Pierre This article was originally published by Haiti Liberte. April 25, 2018 On May 2nd at the Gotham Comedy Club in New York, Haitian comedians Jean-Louis Cauvin, Tanael Joachim, and Reginal “Reg” Thomas will make you laugh until you cry. But they will also tell you about the work of the Bureau des Avocats … More New York, Let’s Laugh and Learn How to ​​Make Justice Happen With the Best Haitian Comedians at Gotham Comedy Club On May 2

Opinion: Without Haiti, there Would Be no Louisiana Purchase

By Wadner Pierre This Op-Ed was originally published by the Loyola University New Orleans students newspaper, The Maroon on January 18, 2018 It’s hard to believe that in the 21st century, our current president, who claims to be “genius” and “stable” uses racist, vile and undiplomatic language vehemently to describe a nation in which he’s … More Opinion: Without Haiti, there Would Be no Louisiana Purchase