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  • http://www.mbpo.org/release_details.asp?id=1461
    The devastating images from Haiti’s capital have been a call to action for many New Yorkers who want to lend their help and assistance. My thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Haiti and to the Haitian community here in New York City, many of whom are now seeking information about their loved ones.
    Relief efforts are already underway by the United Nations and hundreds of countries. However, as details of what exactly is needed in Haiti are yet to be unveiled, New Yorkers have an opportunity to leave a lasting, concrete contribution to the embattled nation in this time of tragedy. My office, spearheaded by Deputy Borough President Rosemonde Pierre-Louis, a Haitian American, have quickly organized together with The Haitian Roundtable a major fundraising event to provide the US fund for UNICEF, one of the organizations leading the relief efforts on the scene, with much needed funding for the purchase of supplies and equipment that address Haiti’s most urgent needs.
    New Yorkers for Haiti Fundraiser Details:
    When: Friday, January 15, 6:00pm-8:30pm
    Where: Talay Restaurant 701 West 135th Street at 12th Ave
  • NY creates online registry to ID citizens in Haiti http://m.apnews.com/ap/db_15980/contentdetail.htm?contentguid=bY2DT4qw
    AP News: Local
  • Thank you Jeannie for the information
  • The American Airlines Free Flight is not true. It's a Hoax
  • Liberation: Annulation du festival de littérature Etonnants Voyageurs en Haïti
    http://www.liberennes.fr/libe/2010/01/annulation-du-festival-de-lit...
  • Pour info sur les ecrivains haitiens: http://blackbazar.blogspot.com/
  • IF YOUR ARE A DOCTOR OR A NURSE:
    American Airlines is taking doctors and nurses to Haiti for free!! Please call 212-697-9767.
  • EVENT:

    Fundraiser for aid-relief for Haiti next Friday, January 22nd @
    Caribbean Cultural Center/African Diaspora Institute
    408 West 58th Street,
    New York, NY 10019
    (212) 307-7420.

    Hour TBA. Please phone to confirm event.


    WE ARE ACCEPTING THE FOLLOWING DONATIONS IN NYC:


    IFCO/Haiti Relief
    418 West 145th Street,
    New York NY 10031


    * Ace bandages, gauze pads, bandage & tape
    * Water purification tablets & Rehydration salts
    * antibiotic and antifungal (Mycology) creams
    * anti-allergy medication (i.e. Benadryl)
    * anti-parasite medication
    * Tylenol; children's tylenol
    * cold and cough medicine
    * diarrhea medication
    * eye drops
    * insect repellent
    * hydrogen peroxide
    * skin disinfectant spray

    Clothing and food drives at all United Way and Salvation Army.
  • CELL PHONE CONTRIBUTIONS:

    Text the word YELE to 501501 as a $5 donation to Wyclef Jean's charity, Yele Haiti

    Donate $10 to be charged to your cell phone bill by texting "HAITI" to "90999." Source: White House
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Haiti Cultural Exchange-SATURDAY NYC EVENT

Haiti Cultural Exchange needs your support to continue to provide the quality programming that you have come to expect and enjoy. INDIGO BLUE, a cultural event and fundraiser at the Thompson Hotel Gild Hall in NYC, will be celebrating Haiti Cultural Exchange’s 3rd year anniversary on Saturday, June 30th. This event will feature live musical performances by Pauline Jean and Alan Cave, a DJ, and dancing!

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le lycee francais de new york accueille des eleves haitiens du lycee alexandre dumais :) et a fait un fund raising de plus de 21 mille dollars VIVE LE LFNY :)

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Differences Between French And Creole

The following question came up earlier today for a group of American attorneys set up to volunteer legal assistance to Hatians in the United States eligible for the Temporary Protected Status program.Can the average Hatian understand French?There are many more lawyers like me who studied French than Creole.  I have often met Hatian people here and they spoke French.  Nevertheless, to cite just one example, I saw Wyclef Jean on the Grammy Awards last night and could not understand a word he said…

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