Here’s a guide to konpa, the musical genre that originated in Haiti and is kind of like merengue but with a different flavor.
Lance Dixon / May 15, 2018
Last week, President Trump called Haiti a “shithole” country. He only says that because he doesn’t know Haiti, or Haitians.
Ariel Zirulnick / January 15, 2018
Patricia Elizee is the managing partner of a Miami-based immigration and family law firm and argues why ending Temporary Protective Status for Haitians is the wrong call.
Anika Anand / November 21, 2017
More than 50,000 Haitians are in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status, an immigration designation that lets them work and live in the U.S. until Haiti is deemed safe to return.
Mario Ariza / May 23, 2017
After years of working in Haiti, Ines Lozano has come to one conclusion about how to help: let the locals call the shots.
[email protected] / November 14, 2016
Not quite. But they don’t love her either.
Philippe Buteau / October 20, 2016
Catastrophe has always been Haiti’s middle name. But that’s not right.
[email protected] / October 18, 2016
Here’s how you can help document geographic changes in Haiti in the aftermath of Matthew. You don’t need coding skills and you don’t need to be in Haiti — just this step-by-step guide.
Roshan Nebhrajani / October 12, 2016
Donating time, money, and supplies are just a few ways to help Haiti in the wake of the destruction of Hurricane Matthew.
Roshan Nebhrajani / October 9, 2016
Retired Miami Herald photographer TIm Chapman went all across Latin America and into every nook and cranny of Miami. He’s come to some conclusions along the way.
Ariel Zirulnick / April 15, 2016