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RELIGION, ART & LITERATURE.

1- Hot Shots Gallery. 2- Haitians Painters & photographers. 3- Haitian Literature (writers, poets & journalits). 4- Roussan Camille. 5- Ordination of the most Reverend Guy A. Sansaricq. 6- Un tour en Guadeloupe avec la délégation Haitienne au Festigo 2007. 7 Gala reception in honnor of Bishop Guy Sansaricq, Brooklyn, N.Y. 8. Radio Media Personalities.

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Haitian Journalists
Jun 11, 2008

Prepared & Maintained by Emmanuel Ardouin.

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Edouard Lafontant Book Signing @ Books & Books ( Miami, Coral Gables)
Jan 28, 2006

Photos by;Rachel Moscosso Denis, Francois Adrien
A Cultural Night that will not soon be forgotten. Enjoy the pictures. Congratulations to Rachel Moscoso Denis

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Get Motivated Seminar
Mar 29, 2006

Photos by Francois Adrien
All speakers live and in person.It was a great Seminar. Enjoy some pictures

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Radio Personalities

Prepared & Maintained by Emmanuel Ardouin

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Mimi Gabriel Book Signing
Apr 19, 2008

Event Production and photos by :
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" In The Heart to Forgive ", a self-help book written as a fictionalized memoir, author Mimi Gabriel describes her real-life experience with infidelity. She is hoping to help others cope and recover from " infidelity ", such as making decision and recovering from the pain.

With the perspective of Mimi’s husband, Les Gabriel, you will come to understand why a partner might stray and, most importantly, how a couple can restore their relationship through honesty and forgiveness( which is extremely difficult) . She has dedicated more than fifteen years of her life studying human behavior and development in order to help herself and those who had the same experience with her reach emotional, physical, and spiritual balance.

Her book is for all the men and women whose lives have been disrupted by infidelity. It is a book that can help the readers cope with the stress of infidelity. Whether or not we like it " infidelity "can be devasteting to a marriage. Sometimes embarrassment may prevent someone to find help. Sometimes, the unfaithful partner does not want to go for counseling.

This book has been written for everyone who had the same experience with her and are willing to work out their problems. It is highly recommended.

We invite you to take a look at some wonderful pictures that were taken on that evening and if you so desire post a comment .

Thank you for your visit.

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Haitian Writers & Poets.
Jun 11, 2008

Prepared & Maintained by Emmanuel Ardouin

Dans le macrocosme de notre culture et la pluralité de ...more

ses sources de renouvellement, cette page vise a vous familiariser a certains de nos compatriotes haitiens dont les oeuvres, talents et compétences pour des raisons multiples, surtout politiques et économiques ont brillé soit a l'étranger ou chez nous. Cet album est actif et sujet a des révisions périodiques. Emmanuel . Ardouin.

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Edouard Duval Carie in New-York
Apr 12, 2008

Photos & Narration by Rachel Moscoso Denis
Book Launch, Continental Shifts, The Art of Edouard Duva ...more

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NEW YORK - On a beautiful and cool evening on March 27th, 2008, the well-known Haitian artist, Edouard Duval-Carrie launched the publication of his new book, “Continental Shifts.” That wonderful event took place at New York University's Maison Française located on Washington Mews, University Place in Manhattan, New York. This particular chef-d’œuvre of Edouard Duval-Carrie was edited by Dr. Edward J. Sullivan, Dean of Humanities and Art Historian from the New York University.

Edouard talked about the "Vodou religion" as well as its saints from Africa and Haiti. Also he underlined how this religion is reflected in his paintings.

Further, an interesting power point show displayed Edouard’s painting collections with the story or meaning behind each piece. The public responded positively to the presentation as the artist answered to its questions with grace and humor. It was a wonderful evening that enabled people of different backgrounds to learn certain aspects of the Haitian culture and on the same breath, satisfy their curiosity on subjects pertaining to the Vodou religion.

The event to promote Edouard’s latest book was crowned with the presence of several personalities and dignitaries, namely: Francine Goldenhar, Director of “La Maison Francaise;” Clayton C. Kirking, Chief Art Information Resources at The New York Public Library; Mireille Chancy-Gonzalez, President of Haitian Cultural Art Alliance; Dr. Charles Fombrun; Patricia Cruz, Executive Director of Harlem Stage; Monique Duval and daughter Nathalie Rey( Edouard's aunt and cousin); Dr. Fabienne Laraque of the Department of Health for The City of NY and her husband ,Alice Blanchet; Linda Mellon from “FOKAL”; Taina Glaude from the United Nations; Andrea Couture, Vice President of Near East Foundation; Ingegerd Nissen Petersen; Mr. and Mrs. Andre Juste, Haitian Artist; Yolaine Milfort from Haitian Consulate in New York; Yolaine Legrand, Haitian Artist; Dr. Aglae Charlot,Myriam Nader, Haitian Art Curator; Gina Cheron and Harry Fouche from the Consortium for Haitian Empowerment; Anthony Cherubin, CEO of Fineness Design & Publishing; Rev.Daniel Ulysse; Ginette Beauvais; Fred and Beety Kern; Evelyne Coradin, and many more.



Note: The book is currently on sale.

Contact: Rachel Moscoso Denis

Email: racheldenis54@aol.com or visit www.edouard-duval-carrie.com

Cell: 786-290-9718
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The Haitian Times

MANHATTAN — More than 100 students, art lovers filled the New York University on March 28 to witness the historical conversation with Edouard Duval-Carrié and Edward J. Sullivan, dean of humanities at NYU.

Organized by Rachel Moscoso Denis, "Continental Shifts" featured all of Duval-Carrié's artwork plunged attendees once again in historical and beautiful Haiti.

"In my work, you will see how I viewed my country," Duval-Carrié said. "Art is something I love deeply. To know where you come from leaves a great impression."

His artwork "talks a lot about the slave rebellion that took place in Haiti," said Stephanie Jean-Phillips, a junior at NYU Michael Dash, french professor at NYU, and Sarah Lewis, an art historian from Yale University, participated in the event.
— Haitian Times news wires

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Haitian Painters & Photographers
Apr 6, 2006

Prepared & Maintained by Emmanuel Ardouin

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Roussan Camille

Photos brought to you by Mario Delatour.
Roussan Camille naît le 27 août 1912 à Jacmel (Haïti) où l ...more

'enfance se passe sous l'occupation américaine d'Haïti, Il fait ses études élémentaires et le début de ses secondaires (au lycée Pinchinat). Il les termine à l'Institut Tippenhauer et au lycée Pétion à Port-au-Prince. Il débutera sa vie professionnelle à la rédaction du journal, Le Temps. Talentueux journaliste, il est nommé rédacteur en chef d'Haïti-Journal, quotidien du chef d'État Sténio Vincent (président de 1930 à 1941). Sous ce même gouvernement, il est nommé, peu de temps après, premier secrétaire de la Légation d'Haïti à Paris.
À 24 ans, Camille visite des pays de l'Europe, où il observe, et les réceptions fastes des bourgeois et les conditions difficiles du petit peuple. Il rentre en Haïti en 1940, non sans une escale obligée, en temps de guerre, à Casablanca, ville qui va l'inspirer, comme on peut le voir dans le poème « Nedje » de son premier recueil, Assaut à la nuit, publié en Haïti à compte d'auteur. Nedje, éthiopienne, danse pour les blancs et l'auteur revoit en elle « tous les faux paradis/ où les nègres chantent et dansent/ pour les autres ».

Roussan Camille voyage en Europe, après la guerre, et aux États-Unis où il est invité à couvrir les séances d'organisation des Nations-Unies à San Francisco, et dans plusieurs grandes mairies américaines dont le City Hall de New York du maire Fiorella LaGuardia. À Port-au-Prince, ce sont les années d'ébullition intellectuelle, le passage de personnalités diverses – André Breton, Aimé Césaire, Wilfredo Lam, Jean-Paul Sartre – et une camaraderie avec ses pairs: Jean Brierre, René Piquion, Émile Roumer, Jacques Roumain et Félix Morisseau-Leroy. Camille occupera des postes au département de l'Instruction publique, au département de la Santé publique et du Tourisme, mais se passionne davantage pour son travail au quotidien Haiti-Journal et ensuite au journal Le National dont il devient co-directeur.

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Ordination of the Most Reverend Guy A. Sansaricq.
Aug 22, 2006

Photos Courtesy of Dave F. Ali, The Tablet & Reynold Besson

On August 22nd 2006, at 2:00pm, three ...more

new Auxiliary Bishops for the Diocese of Brooklyn were ordained by the Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Bishop of Brooklyn, at Our Lady of Angels Church, Bayridge, New York. The Most Reverend Guy A. Sansaricq became the First Haitian-American Bishop and the First Black Bishop to serve in the 153 years old Diocese of Brooklyn which also covers Queens. The Haitian-American, Carribean, Black and diverse communities were honored by this nomination and came out in great numbers to show their grateful appreciation and support.

His is now Titular Bishop of Glenndalocha, Auxiliary Bishop for the Diocese of Brooklyn

We now invite you to see a few pictures of this wonderful and blessed occasion.

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