Haiti News: Photos
Here are some photos and images for Haitian articles that we publish on various Haitian blogs on the Internet especially The Haitian Internet Newlsetter.
Evency Saint Preux was born on October 12 1974 in Hinche Haiti.
Son of Joseph Galbeau Saint Preux and Elianie Fameux. Evency Died from a Motorcycle Accident on September 30th 2008 on West Clarkstown Road in New City NY.
He left behind his wife Marie and his children.
The Haitian Diaspora Label is considered by most as an insult, Haitians in Haiti have the tendency to call Haitians abroad "Diaspora.." Do you really know what a diaspora is?
The term diaspora refers to a permanently displaced and relocated collective.
Haitians living outside of Haiti do not like to be called Diaspora , especially when they are home, in Haiti.
Here is 2001 mugshot of Jean Fritz Montinard from the Miami-Dade Department of Corrections.
Jean Fritz Montinard is accused of orchestrating an $8 million Ponzi scheme.
If convicted Jean Fritz Montinard would spend 20 yeas in prison
We call this bird Pintade in Haiti but its real name is the Helmeted Guinea Fowl or Guinea Hen.
Find out why Haitians call it Pintade by visiting this link:
Christalie Parisot is the first Haitian to have a TV show on NBC Miami.
Christalie Parisot is the daughter of longtime Haitian radio and television personality Elizabeth Guerin.
Ssee Christalie Parisot is weeknights on NBC Miami, Digital Channel 6.2 and Comcast channel 216
Patric Alfredo Martelly Garo claims he is the son of Haiti President Michel Martelly.
Reat more at BelPolitik.com
Tropical storm Kyle is forming in the caribbean near Haiti and Dominican Republic Caribbean Satellite Sep 28 2008
For info read fouye.com
<P>The famous Immigration Building on NE 79th Street and BiscayneÂ Boulevard in Miami Florida will close its doors soon. </P>
<P>Read our newsletter article about it:<BR><A href="haitianinternet.com Street Immigration Building In Miami Is Closing</A></P>
<P>See pictures of the last Haitian protest in front of the 79th St Immigration building at <A href="NotTheHaitians.com<; </P>
<P>''It will be a bittersweet moment to see it gone, the building has brought a lot of hope to people -- it's reunited families. At the same time, the long-term struggle that we had to carry out there to get Haitians respected has overshadowed some of the other stuff that occurred at that building.'' (Marleine Bastien, to the Miami Herald) </P>
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Most of our Haitian artitlce are posted on The Haitian Internet Newsletter