Pearls of Excellence: An Exploration of Haitian Contributions to American Society

The Embassy of Haiti in Washington, DC launches an ongoing exhibit and educational series to mark historical milestones of Haitians in American society entitled “Pearls of Excellence: An Exploration of Haitian Contributions to American Society” ———————————————————————– Starting this week, the Embassy is displaying on its walls an esteemed group of individuals of Haitian descent who have…

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Book of Condolences for Former President, René Garcia Préval

Dear Friends of the Embassy, For those who may wish to pay words of respect to the memory of Former President René Garcia  Préval, the Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in Washington, DC would like to inform that a book of condolences will be opened at its Chancery located on 2311 Massachusetts Avenue NW,…

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With regrets, The Embassy of Haiti announces the passing of His Excellency René Garcia Préval, today, March 3, 2017.  Former President of the Republic of Haiti (1996-2001 and 2006-2011) and Former Prime Minister (1991), Mr. Préval has served his country with honor and dignity.  The Embassy of the Republic of Haiti in the United States…

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Happy Haitian Independence Day and a Healthy New Year!

Dear fellow compatriots, Dear friend, The Embassy of Haiti in Washington, DC is pleased to extend its best wishes for this new year. The first day of 2017 marks the 213th Anniversary of the Republic of Haiti’s Independence. The Embassy seizes the occasion to wish all members of the Haitian community a happy National Celebration.…

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Announcing the Second Class of the Embassy Cooking Series

Manje Lakay is a culinary program designed to offer the Washington community an opportunity to experience classic Haitian gastronomy and its influential roots from Haiti’s finest culinary professionals. Initiated by Ambassador Paul Altidor, the series is part of a larger Embassy strategy to promote Haiti and all it has to offer from its cuisine, art…

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