Here are some tents located in front of Jan Mapou, Libreri Mapou. This was during their annual book fair to promote Haitian authors. This took place on September 13 and 14, 2014 at the Little Haiti Marketplace in Miami
Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Little Haiti
The city-funded renovation of the Caribbean Marketplace and Little Haiti Cultural Center are prominent presences.
Jean Mapou at Libreri Mapou, a real supporter of the Little Haiti area in Miami. Mapou dared speak Creole on a radio program he hosted in Haiti. A victim of the Duvalier era, who arrested and incarcerated him at Fort Dimanche for four months.
Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Little Haiti Sunday with a daylong street fair and traditional Haitian music and dancing along colorful N.E. 2nd Ave.
Here is the new Daleus Museum art Gallery which is now located in Little Haiti.This is a good sign as we expect more Haitian owned businesses to move to the area and bring some kind of economic stability there.
Jan Mapou, the owner of Libreri Mapou organized Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Little Haiti. Opens Saturday evening at the Little Haiti Cultural Center with presentations by Haitian novelist and playwright Gary Victor
This beautiful lady is one of the many vendors at Jan Mapou, Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Little Haiti. There were a variety of Haitian books you could pick from
What we have at Little Haiti Cultural Center: The department supports its students and the visual arts community with a state-of-the-art gallery space and curation services.
You are looking at a long list of vendors during th Book fair in Little haiti that took place on September 13 and 14, 2014 at the Little Haiti Marketplace in Miami. Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Little Haiti
What we have at Little Haiti Cultural Center. The Visual Arts Department holds drawing, painting, photography, and pottery classes, and helps young artists to exhibit their works.
A vendo located in front of the Haitian Cultural Center. He is selling books as he was one of many who were present during the Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair in Little Haiti
Bienvenue at Little haiti Cultural Center. The Theatre Department invites budding playwrights and actors to workshop their unseen material, and to tell their stories for the benefit of the community.
Vendor at the Annual book Fair organized by Jan Mapou, the owner of Libreri Mapou. The fair took place on September 13 and 14, 2014 at the Little Haiti Marketplace in Miami
Welcome to Little Haiti Cultural Center. The department has an open-door policy, and welcomes the Afro-Caribbean dance community to stage performances.
Some people in the area can not accept the fact that the Haitian community has claimed the area for good. The Haitian-Caribbean Book Fair which opened in Little Haiti in Miami is one of the examples that shows that the Haitian community wants to make Little Haiti theirs
Some people say acknowledging Lemon City is not problematic, yet they resent Lemon City saying the name needs to go.
The Little Haiti neighborhood is here to stay in Miami as the Haitian community is making more of their presence to be known.
Some think racism lies behind efforts to divest the area of its Haitian identity. Ethnic groups have slandered Haiti as a poor country and feel the name Little Haiti would taint the neighborhood and drive away investors. Still others believe Little Haiti and Lemon City ". . . can co-exist side-by-side . . ."