This is a picture of Haitian personality Ady Jean Gardy. It was Ady Jean Gardy's great desire to see the Haitian State Media as a leading community median. Ady Jean Gardy could finally do a lot for the Haitian media when he became the President of International Media Foundation IMF . Devoting a lot of time and interest he produced number of recommendations for the professional uplift in the media.
A ceremony war held by the US Embassy to honor Ms. Marie Yolène Gilles as she was awarded the title of "Woman of Courage of Haiti 2012".
She is Head of Programmes at the National Network of Human Rights (RNDDH). According to the officials who presented the award, Marie-Yolène Gilles is an example for all Haitians. She is an activist and a fighter.
Marie-Yolène Gilles is a journalist, and received award for advocating for the freedom of press in Haiti. She was arrested and sent to jail for her position
You are looking at a picture of the president of Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Haiti, Mr. Hervé Denis, sometime spelled Herve Denis. Mr Denis was participating in the 2nd Annual Business forum in Quebec, Canada on November 17 and 18, 2011. Chambre de Commercre et des Industries d'Haiti (CCIH)
Here is a picture of Roland Berthold and Florida State Representative Yolly Roberson. She is actually the former State Representative in District 104. She is an attorney in Miami who was first elected as a State Representative in 2002. Born in Mirebalais, Haiti, Ms. Yolly Roberson graduated from the University of Massachusetts in 1983. She received her law school degree in 1988 at New England School of Law
The activist and leader of the political party Konakom Jean-Claude Bajeux passed away. In 1964, Jean-Claude Bajeux went into exile under the Duvalier regime. He was the leader of the political party Konakom and a supporter of former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. He left Haiti once again in 1993 after receiving threats from members of the Front for the Advancement and Progress of Haiti, known as FRAPH
Yes there was. His name was Joseph Laroche. The Haitian man wh perished in Titanic came from a wealthy family in Haiti. Joseph Laroche studied engineering in France. He married Juliette, a white girl. Together Joseph Laroche and Juliette had a daughter Simonne. In 1910 the family gave birth to a premature girl, Louise, who had a lot of complications. Out of frustration from being discriminated, Joseph Laroche decided to leave France for his home country, Haiti. Joseph Laroche and family boarded the humongous Titanic on the evening of April 10, 1912, at Cherbourg, France.