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The 1804 List
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Harlem’s French Restaurants
HRT Board Member chronicles the French culinary presence in Harlem. http://nyti.ms/2pbDRR4
HRT Board Member Dina Simon Honored by Network Journal
Dina Simon, first deputy commissioner of the New York Department of Corrections and a member of our board, was honored as one of The Network...
HRT Chairperson Rosemonde Pierre-Louis Joins NYU’s McSilver Institute
Rosemonde Pierre-Louis, co-founder and chairperson of The Haitian Roundtable, has been appointed Deputy Director of Administration and External...
Why NGOs Fail in Haiti
Vladimir Duthiers, a CBS News correspondent and a 2016 inductee into The Haitian Roundtable’s 1804 List, has been one of the most insightful U.S....
Haitian Roundtable Inducts New Class of 1804 List
In a time of change and uncertainty, one thing was certainly clear on Saturday, Nov. 12; Haitians are everywhere and they are doing just about...
Opinion: Only Haitians can save Haiti
HRT Board Member Joel Dreyfuss struck a chord with this column in the Washington Post. Source: wpo.st/T3tw1
Basquiat’s Rising Status
A self-portrait by artist Jean-Michel Basquiat could sell for as much as $40 million in an upcoming auction, according to Christies, which has...
Kreyol Connection Networking Reception Celebrating Haitian Independence and Heritage
Source: Challenges News The theme of the Jan. 28 Haitian Roundtable (HRT) event, which was held at Caribbean BK9 Restaurant and Bar in Brooklyn,...
Haitian-American and HRT Board Alum Chris Michel Named Chief Diversity Officer of the Nation’s Oldest and Largest Private Bank
The nation’s oldest and largest private bank, Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., is showing their commitment to boosting diversity with the...
Dayanne Danier, Designer and HRT Member, interviewed by Kreyolicious
Dayanne Danier, a ,member of the Haitian Roundtable talks with the web site Kreyolicious about her dual career as a designer an philanthropist....
Attorney Dweynie Paul First Haitian-American Elected to NYC Civil Court
Attorney Dweynie Esther Paul has become the first Haitian-American elected a judge on the New York City Civil Court. She joins an impressive team...
Haitian Roundtable Joins New York Mayor in Condemning Dominican Expulsions
Members of the Haitian Roundtable (HRT) have joined New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio in condemning the threatened expulsion of thousands of...
The Haitian Tragedy in the Dominican Republic
The aftermath of a 2013 decision by the Dominican Republic’s Constitutional Court denying citizenship to the children of undocumented Haitian...
1804 List Inductee Roxanne Gay Delivers Ted Talk
Writer and academic Roxanne Gay has made quite a splash in recent years with highly acclaimed books and thoughtful articles frequently published...
1804 List Inductee Michèle Stephenson Wins NAACP Image Award
Documentary filmmaker Michèle Stephenson, who is among the inductees on this year’s 1804 List of Haitian-American Changemakers, has won an NAACP...
2014: A Good Year for Haitian-Americans in Politics
The year 2014 provided plenty of evidence of the growing political clout of the Haitian-American community. Among the many firsts: a...
Haitian Roundtable Members Receive Recognition
Members of the Haitian Roundtable continue to make their mark on America. For example, the Haitian Roundtable was an honoree at Radio Soleil’s...
Chef Nadege Fleurimond‘s “Haiti Uncovered” on Haitian Cuisine
Haitian chef and food expert Nadege Fleurimond published her cookbook “Haiti Uncovered” in 2015. Here is a video extolling the book, which...
2014 1804 List: Haitian-American Changemakers
The 1804 List, named in honor of Haiti’s year of independence, recognizes Haitian-American Changemakers in the United States who have...
Coming to Harlem Stage in 2014: Makandal, The Opera
From The New York Times by Felicia R. Lee Since its founding 30 years ago, Harlem Stage has burnished its reputation by presenting innovative...
1804 List: Haitian-American Changemakers
From HaitiXchange Who are the Haitian-Americans making a difference in America? To answer that question, the Haitian Roundtable selected from...
Radio: TALK! with AUDREY Features Rose Pierre-Louis
From The Adams Report This week on TALK! with AUDREY: My guest is Manhattan Deputy Borough President Rose Pierre-Louis, we discuss the...
Historic Battles for Liberty Commemorated in Revolutionary Exhibit
From New York Daily News New Exhibit, “Revolution-The Atlantic World Reborn” at the New York Historical Society The historically...
DJ’s Quip Linking Haitians and HIV Sparks Outrage
From The Root By Josée Valcourt Update (December 22) – According to NY1, Hot 97 has announced that Cipha Sounds has been taken off the air...
Local Politicians Gather At West Harlem Fundraiser For Haiti
From NY1 City and state elected officials turned out for a major fundraiser in West Harlem Friday to benefit victims of Tuesday’s...
: Haitian Studies Institute Hosts Conversation on Music & the Remaking of the Haitian Diaspora
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: Happy Anniversary Cap-Haitien ✨ Cap-Haïtien (Okap or Kapayisyen in Kréyòl) is a city of about 190,000 people on the north…
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: Please join us for the Annual Member Appreciation Luncheon on Saturday, September 29 from 6PM to 9PM at Kinanm Lounge 856 Atlan…
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Between Hate, Hope, and Help: Haitians in the Dominican Republic.
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