Marie-Louise Christophe Blue Plaque Unveiling Ceremony
Marking the unveiling of a blue plaque dedicated to Marie-Louise Christophe, first and last Queen of Haiti, at her former
Urgent Appeal for Queen Marie-Louise Christophe Plaque: A Heritage Crowdfunding Project by Fanm Rebèl
Together with the Haitian Chamber of Commerce, Dr Nicole Willson, based at the Institute for Black Atlantic Research, is raising
Péralte, Charlemagne – Guerrilla Leader
Péralte, Charlemagne. Guerrilla leader – Born in 1886 in Hinche, Péralte was an officer in the Haitian Army. He resigned
Interview with Claudette Werleigh
Claudette Werleigh was Foreign Minster of Haiti during the momentous years 1993-94 when UN troops intervened, bringing an end to military dictatorship, and restoring the elected government.
Gérard Pierre-Charles By Colin Harding, The Independent, 23 October, 2004 Gérard Pierre-Charles was a leading figure in Haitian politics for
Inventor – Michel Molaire has played an integral role in groundbreaking innovations at Eastman Kodak for more than 20 years.
André Pierre Haitian Painter
André Pierre by Vario Sérant, Caribbean Net News, 6 October, 2005 André Pierre, a world-renowned Haitian painter died on October
Edmond, Tyrone. International male model – Born in Cap-Haïtien in 1977. His mother died when he was nine years old,
Artist – The father-figure of Haitian art, and one of the greatest natural painters of modern times. Born in 1894