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Farewell to a discreet kingmaker

Farewell to a discreet kingmaker

Lucas Jasmin   Last Saturday, in the intimate setting of Greg Mason Funeral Home, located at 10936 North-East 6th Avenue in Miami, a group of friends and family gathered to p ...

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TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND AGRICULTURAL GROWTH IN HAITI

TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND AGRICULTURAL GROWTH IN HAITI

Editor’s note: We’re publishing here the abstract of a study conducted and written by Elsie Despeignes. The references have been redacted to better fit the format of a general aud ...

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Preeminent Haitian Lawyer Michelle  Austin Pamies Being Honored

Preeminent Haitian Lawyer Michelle Austin Pamies Being Honored

Michelle Austin Pamies,a preeminent Haitian attorney, is one of 10 women who will be honored at the Third Annual Women of Distinction breakfast. She’s one of four esteemed Caribbe ...

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Former Consul General in New York Jean-Claude Racine Dead at 76

Former Consul General in New York Jean-Claude Racine Dead at 76

The Haitian community in New York is mourning the loss of one of his most deserving public servants: Jean­ Claude Racine. He was born on September 15, 1940, in Croix­-des- ...

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IslandTV Becomes a Round the Clock Station

IslandTV Becomes a Round the Clock Station

  Island TV Management and staff after receiving a plaque from Mayor Smith Joseph of North Miami About twenty years ago, Jean Robert « Bobby » and Tamara ...

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A group of Youngsters with a Purpose

A group of Youngsters with a Purpose

  ECLAT-HAITI’s founders and operators, from left to right: Clara Philor, Mackendy Talon, Sophia Philor, Didier Brunot, Anne-Norah Phlor, WidmaierJanvier.   At a t ...

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