Happy with the result of his efforts to get United States' pop star Madonna on to Haitian shores, Sean Penn shared the news recently that she was in the embattled Caribbean country for a visit with her son, Rocco. Using her time here as a vehicle to drive awareness to the plight faced by those Haitians still suffering the effects of the earthquake that devastated the country in 2010, Madonna has already begun an Instagram campaign that should raise much awareness.
Spending her entire life fighting to secure citizenship and human rights for Dominicans born of Haitian parents, Sonial Pierre passed a way last sunday. Raised in the Dominican Republic in dirt-floor barrack for migrant workers in a Batey, Ms. Pierre has been constantly denouncing what she sees as massive abuses in the Dominican Republic against people of Haitian descent and their children
Here is a picture of the Haitian-American Patrick Gaspard in a conference with the most powerful man in the world, Mr. Barack Obama. Do you know that he actually was not born in Haiti. Like in the case of many Haitians families, he was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo but is 100 percent Haitian. Both of his parents are Haitians.
Patric Gaspard who is currently the DNC Executive is expected to occupy a key role in the reelection of president Barack Obama in 2012. One key state that will determine the next president of the US is Florida and it is to be expected that Gaspard will use his leverage as a Haitian-American to carry the Haitian votes to the president
Law Professor Osner Fevry recently declared that the Prime Minister Garry Conille is the person responsible for the political crisis following the arrest of Arnel Belizaire.
Professor went as far as saying that it is a case of either of incompetence or involvement. Professor Fevry stated that as Head of government, Garry Conille should have been in control and sholb be the one responsible for his staff.
Arnel belizaire a sitting member of Haitian parliament who was arrested illegally by members of Martelly's government.
Alexandre Lerouge from Cap-Haitian, won a seat as a legislator
and challenged the government of Jean-Claude Duvalier
Alexandre Lerouge was supposed to run against Claude Vixamar, a former Prefect and one of the most popular personality in Cap-Haitian at the time.
Story would reveal that it was not the intention of Vixamar to run against Alexandre Lerouge. It was an order that came all the way from the first Lady, Simone Duvalier
According to information received, Movie actor Sean Penn was spotted with Haitian actress Garcelle Beauvais having dinner at the Sunset Tower Hotel in Los Angeles.
The report described the meeting to be some what intimate. They met to discuss relief efforts to Haiti.
Sean Penn is single after his divorce from Robin Wright. He has been involved in work dealing with earthquake recovery in Haiti
Here is a picture of the new position under martelly's government. Herold Israel is the Head of the Communications for the Office of the Presidency.
Herold israel confirmed that the president met with representative of the Inter-American Development Bank in Haiti to discuss priority for his governmenment
A well known host in the haitian community in South Florida. Jessy Schuster is the host of a popular Caribbean show on Public TV, Pulse. The show airs on WPBT2 on a regular basis.
At one point, Jessy Schuster was the host of the show En Vogue.
She was born in Schiltighein, France. Moved to the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe. She is fluent in Frenchm English, Creole and Spanish.
Jessy Schuster enjoys listening to Zouk and Kompa musics
In this picture, Christalie Parisot is the guest of a local NBC program. She is being interviewed about her new show on NBC. Christalie Parisot has a long history in the broadcasting field. At the age of 8, she already appeared o TV, hosting her own show.
The Haitian News on NBC Miami that will be presented by Caribbean TV Tropik Network is a plus to the Haitian community in South Florida. we are wishing Christalie
Parisot good luck
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