Education

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.
Nelson Mandela

Safeguard to Democracy is Education

Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education.
Franklin D. Roosevelt

Toussaint Louverture

Toussaint Louverture's "vision for Haiti projected a society embracing equal opportunity for all with

Patriotism is not short, frenzied outbursts of emotion, but the tranquil and steady dedication of a lifetime.

Adlai E. Stevenson

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First Haitian Presidential Debate of the Diaspora ( FIU, Miami Florida)

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The first Haitian Presidential debate in the US.

With the Haitian Diaspora's attention, four Haitian presidential candidates' hopefuls squared off in a debate. The debate was focused primarily on health care, education, decentralization, security, development, reconstruction, and the judicial system.

The candidates had the opportunity to present their program and strategies. This debate was very valuable in term of expanding communication between the candidates and the Diasporas community. More than 700 members have attended and for those who couldn't attend the debate was broadcasted on several local television, and Live Streaming Partners TeleAmerica and Minkoze have allowed millions of viewers worldwide to watch the debate.

Presidential Candidate at the debate

Presidential Candidate Haiti former first lady Mirlande Manigat
Presidential Candidate Charles Henry Baker
Presidential Candidates Garaudy Laguerre
Presidential Candidates Gerard Blot

Special guests attended

Haitian author Edwidge Danticat
North Miami Mayor - Andre D. Pierre
Council Office
North Miami Councilwoman Barbara KramerCommissioner Jean MonestimeRepresentative Yolly Roberson
Consul General Francois Guillaume II
Dr. Flore Lindor Latortue, Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (HACCOF)

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13-hour radiothon - Day-long pledge drive to raise funds for earthquake victims in Haiti

February - 2010

Main location:  Kings County Hospital Brooklyn, Ny T-Building

click here  to see video spot and participants

First Haitian Presidential Debate of the Diaspora ( FIU, Miami Florida)

Nov 2010

The event originally planned at Barry University was held  at FIU Florida Intenational University 

Presidential Candidate Haiti former first lady Mirlande Manigat
Presidential Candidate Charles Henry Baker
Presidential Candidates Garaudy Laguerre
Presidential Candidates Gerard Blot

Attendes was over 900

Special guests attended

Haitian author Edwidge Danticat
North Miami Mayor - Andre D. Pierre
Council Office
North Miami Councilwoman Barbara KramerCommissioner Jean MonestimeRepresentative Yolly Roberson
Consul General Francois Guillaume II
Dr. Flore Lindor Latortue, Haitian American Chamber of Commerce of Florida (HACCOF)

Click here for watch some videos of the debate

First Haitian Diaspora vote (symbolic)

Nov 2010

The symbolic vote took place in the following states where we have identified an important concentration of Haitian and Haitian descents
NY, Miami, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Quina, Africa

Youth Forum in Cap-Haitian, Haiti

August – 2009

Leadership forum – Theme Lead by Example

Leaders of Tomorrow

June – 2011

Debate tournament FBLA - San Antonio, Texas.

Thanks Giving Dinner at the YMCA in Brooklyn

November 2011

Let's Change our community One Bite at a Time! 

Video Realisation

Please take the time to watch this 6 minutes video  which summarize what we have been accomplished for the past 3 years. click here

First Haitian Diaspora vote

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From Miami, Florida, in North America to Kinshasa, Congo, in Africa, Haitians observing closely the events that are unfolding in their motherland went to the

polls to cast their symbolic votes for their preferred Presidential Candidates in a multinational event organized by the organization Friends of Haiti 2010 Inc.

Population samples from communities in the following cities participated in this civic exercise: Miami, New York, New Jersey, Boston, Chicago and Montreal. Interested compatriots from the African continent also submitted their choices of a candidate

 

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