L’événement évangélique international IN Haïti a été lancé à Port-au-Prince le 28 novembre dernier par une conférence de presse à l’hôtel Marriott. Un panel composé notamment des pasteurs Gregory Toussaint, Mohammed Sanogo, Sylvain Exantus, Samuel Kamuanga et Jean-Bildad Robert a répondu aux questions des journalistes sur IN Haïti qui se déroulera du 5 au 12 janvier 2018. Continue reading “Lancement officiel l’événement IN Haïti à Port-au-Prince”
Le 8 novembre dernier, Daphné Campbell est devenue la première Haïtiano-américaine à être élue sénatrice au Parlement de la Floride. Mme Campbell a écrasé son adversaire, Philippe Brutus, avec un écart de 50 points.
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On November 8th, Daphne Campbell became the first Haitian-American to be elected as State Senator in Florida. Former State representative, she won by a landslide, beating up her opponent Philippe Brutus. Continue reading “Daphne Campbell, first Haitian American elected in Florida State Senate”
Damn Daniel! The first time I heard it, I was attending a speech class. One of the students kept repeating it and I had no idea what he was talking about. After he explained it was a viral Vine video, I didn’t give it a second thought since I don’t really use Vine, though I have an account. I thought the video was only popular among teens using Vine… until a comedian referred to Damn Daniel one night on Saturday Night Live (SNL). Continue reading “Forget about #DamnDaniel, here’s #DamnDonald”
So it seems that a certain Shawne Oswald, who looks like a Caucasian American, wrote some craziness, some utterly discriminatory and racist rant about Haitians on social media. Shawne Oswald claims to be a JP Morgan Chase employee; however Chase quickly denied the claim on Twitter. Calling Haitians pigs and dogs, the infamous, anti-Haitian, anti-migrant, super racist Shawne posted some pictures of the political unrest unfolding now in Haiti trying to demonstrate that Haitians are the worst because of political violence in Haiti.
Ride-hailing company Uber threatens to pull out of Miami-Dade because of a bill sponsored by Chairman Jean Monestime, a bill that is “is one of the most hostile ridesharing laws in the country”.