18
FEB
2020

Architect Rodney Leon on Black Public Art

Architect Rodney Leon presented a talk on February 18, 2020 at the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) as part of UC Berkeley’s 400 Years of Resistance to Slavery and Injustice initiative. The presentation focused on Leon’s work acknowledging the...
29
JAN
2020

Rose Pierre-Louis Hosts Webby-Nominated Podcast

Rose Pierre-Louis, chief operating officer of the NYU McSilver Institute, hosts “Black Men and Boys: Changing the Narrative”, the second season of the Webby-nominated podcast series. “Throughout American history the lives of Black people have been shaped by harmful...
06
NOV
2019

Karine Jean-Pierre’s “Good Job”

Karine Jean-Pierre’s mother worried about her career choice until she landed a job in the White House. Reflecting on the concerns of Haitian parents about their kids having a “good job” was just one of the highlights of Jean-Pierre’s delightful conversation with CBS correspondent...
12
NOV
2018

When Haitians Lost Birthright Citizenship

12 November 2018 The Dominican Republic deported an estimated 70,000 to 80,000 people of Haitian descent over three years. Those left behind live in a state of institutionalized terror. Read more
21
FEB
2018

11 notable NYC projects designed by black architects

HRT board member, Rodney Leon is named amoung notable NYC black architects. > View list Source: Curbed New York
19
FEB
2018

For Haiti, the Oxfam scandal is just the latest in a string of insults

By now, many Haitians must be asking themselves: What is the price we have to pay for foreign aid? The Oxfam sex scandal is just the latest humiliation heaped on this poor country by those who claim to be helping it. > Read the full article By HRT Board Member, Joel Dreyfuss...
12
JAN
2018

‘Shithole’ wasn’t the most offensive part of Trump’s Haiti comments

TWO MONTHS ago, the Haitian Roundtable, a nonprofit organization based in New York, handed out its annual awards to Haitian Americans who have succeeded in the United States. Among them were a police chief, a museum curator, a hospital director, two Olympic athletes, a college...
29
DEC
2017

On 214th anniversary of Haiti’s freedom, Haitians tell Trump #Neveragain

by 1804 List Inductee Jacqueline Charles Source: Miami Heraldd > Read the article