Monday, September 30, 2019

China Anniversary

Children Arrest in the US

Wednesday, September 18, 2019

President Trump’s Communication

Haiti Vs Costa Rica

Tech Giant Amazon

"Online shopping giant Amazon is betting that some customers would rather use cash.

The e-commerce company announced "Amazon PayCode" on Wednesday, which lets shoppers buy something online, then show up at one of 15,000 Western Union locations in person to pay in cash. That option was already available in 19 countries, but is rolling out in the U.S. in coming weeks, the company said." Click link below for more...

No More Independent Contractors

Alternative Meats

Saturday, September 14, 2019

Golden Toilet Stolen

Haiti 1975

Mini-Grids Energy for Haiti Rural Area

Mini-grids can improve energy access in rural areas by enabling power supply for communities that would otherwise be without reliable electricity. While the basic engineering principles of mini-grids are well established, construction and operation methods can vary widely and be location dependent. This may result in variations in power quality and reliability.

A 6 foot 10 Center From Haiti

Kansas and Kansas State basketball are involved in a recruiting battle for Gethro Muscadin, a 6-foot-10, 215-pound center from Haiti. He made an official visit to K-State last weekend, and according to, met with KU

Gripping Factory Near Ouanaminthe Haiti

Without Homes, or a State: In Dorian-Battered Bahamas, Haitians Are Hard Hit - The New York Times

11 Haitian Women to Celebrate

Friday, September 13, 2019

Amid the devastation in Abaco, Bahamas, the conversation turns to ‘Illegal Immigration’

Amid the devastation in Abaco, Bahamas, the conversation turns to ‘Illegal Immigration’: It’s hard for many to imagine that illegal immigration is also a problem for some Caribbean nations, including the hurricane devastated northwestern Bahamas.

Port International du Cap Haitien

Haitians in the Bahamas

Georges said it’s quite simple: Abaco is all they know. “Many Haitians that were residing in Abaco have never ever visited Nassau. Many of them have no family in Nassau. So, Abaco is all they know. They say they want to stay behind and help to clean up, help to rebuild and that whatever is happening there or supposed to happen there, they want to be a part of it, because this is all they know,” he said.

Sports Spotlight

"I actually started playing soccer because the local team was feeding the players. So, they were feeding kids after practice. You know, in Haiti they don't eat every day, so I went to soccer practice because the local teams were feeding kids after practice. I was hungry. I wanted to eat. I went because I just wanted to eat,"