Retrospective on the 11th Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake

Retrospective on the 11th Anniversary of the Haiti Earthquake
January 12, 2010 was a Tuesday we’ll never forget. It was the day when a 7.0 category earthquake brought on death and destruction in Haiti. The Haitian Times was one of the first news organizations to reach Haiti. So, 11 years later, The Haitian Times is pulling photos from its archives to share with our readers as a reminder of that fateful day.
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2021 NYC Council elections: 12 Haitian-American candidates running citywide

The contentious 2020 national election cycle is still in the throes of a spectacular, now violent, end. But already, another political fight is kicking off in New York City. Candidates are campaigning in what will most certainly be a busy New York City council election season — with 51 seats up for grabs and ranked-choice voting taking place for the first time — plus the selection of a new mayor.
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