Around the world, we've been able to come together for Haitian Heritage Month to observe holidays celebrated in Haiti to pay respect. The most common of them all is the Haitian Flag Day, May 18th. Our goal is to reach out to the community, raise awareness, encourage unity, teach empathy, promote self-love, and uplifting our community members. Our Annual Haitian Heritage Month begins on May 1st through May 31st.
The purpose of the Heritage Month is to promote the Haitian culture and its many traditions, through authentic Haitian food, poetry, music, paintings, dance, and more. The celebration will incorporate an array of activities designed to educate and forge a relationship with every ethnic group throughout. Haitian Heritage Month also aims to identify friends of the Haitian community & encourage unity, teach empathy, promote self-love, and uplift our community members.
It is our goal to reach out to our youth, raise awareness about our history so they can be proud of our historical accomplishments, and carry on the torch for the years to come. A calendar of events has been published. We would truly appreciate your participation in any or all the activities; however, your presence as a leader is requested for the raising of the Haitian flag on:
Tuesday, May 18, 2021, at 10:00 AM
You must register for free to join the Live-Stream!
We are looking forward to seeing you and we encourage you to contact us with your questions, concerns, or ideas as well as any cultural events you would wish to include in the calendar of events.
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