Archive for the 'Haitians/Francophone Caribbean' Category

Rachel Jeantel: You’d Better Let That Girl Alone

• June 28, 2013 • 11 Comments

The Most Powerful Black Women in Europe in 2012

• February 2, 2013 • Comments Off on The Most Powerful Black Women in Europe in 2012

Satoshi Kanazawa May Lose His Job Over His “Psychology Today” Article That ‘Black Women Are Less Attractive’ Than Other Women (And He Should)

• May 26, 2011 • 3 Comments

Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide Returning to Haiti

• March 12, 2011 • Comments Off on Former President Jean Bertrand Aristide Returning to Haiti

The Most Powerful Black Women in Europe in 2010

• December 6, 2010 • 2 Comments

Spike Lee Returns with a New Documentary About New Orleans (and the Oil-Soaked Gulf) Five Years After Katrina on HBO

• August 19, 2010 • Comments Off on Spike Lee Returns with a New Documentary About New Orleans (and the Oil-Soaked Gulf) Five Years After Katrina on HBO

More Skepticism Voiced About Wyclef Jean Candidacy for President of Haiti

• August 8, 2010 • Comments Off on More Skepticism Voiced About Wyclef Jean Candidacy for President of Haiti

Bad News for Haiti: Wyclef Jean Running For President?

• July 27, 2010 • 4 Comments

“The Radiant Child” Basquiat Documentary to Open in 25 Cities, Including…Milwaukee

• July 20, 2010 • Comments Off on “The Radiant Child” Basquiat Documentary to Open in 25 Cities, Including…Milwaukee

The Ancestors Bring Historian Basil Davidson, 95, Home

• July 10, 2010 • 2 Comments

Don’t Believe The “Frontline” Update, “The Quake,” about Haiti

• April 27, 2010 • Comments Off on Don’t Believe The “Frontline” Update, “The Quake,” about Haiti

Wyclef Jean Accused of Gifting Mistress with $105,000 of Yele Haiti Money in 2008, and of His Connections to Right-Wing Haitian Politics

• March 17, 2010 • 2 Comments

Trailer for “Jean-Michel Basquiat, The Radiant Child”

• March 2, 2010 • 2 Comments