Lakay se Lakay “Home Sweet Home”| Lakou NOU presentation by Sabine Blaizin

02.27.17

As a Lakou NOU artist in residence, Sabine Blaizin, DJ and community organizer, worked in the neighborhood of Crown Heights and focused on the impact of gentrification on its Haitian-American community. For the first part of her project, Sabine collaborated with Storycorps, an organization that broadcasts stories recorded between two participants as they interview each […]

Haiti Film Fest 2017 Opening Night Fundraiser

02.06.17

                    Join Haiti Cultural Exchange (HCX) and Friends for the Haiti Film Fest Opening Night Fundraiser, taking place on Thursday, May 11th at Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Downtown Brooklyn. This celebratory event is the official launch party for the 4th Biennial installment of Haiti Film Fest. […]

#Trending by Veroneque Ignace, Lakou NOU artist-in-residence

12.13.16

by Nathalie Jolivert, Communications and Outreach Coordinator For her project as a Lakou NOU artist-in-residence, Veroneque Ignace, dancer and public health worker, reached out to youth at Erasmus High School in Flatbush and engaged them in discussions designed to help them express their feelings about violence experienced in their communities. Veroneque worked with 5 students […]

Giving Tuesday 2016: HCX Strong

11.28.16

Perks and Levels  By Donating $75, win: One HCX Exclusive Libète T-shirt PLUS entry to win a FREE Yoga gift certificate at Brooklyn Yoga Collective By donating $100, win: One pass to a Sip and Paint Class by artist Nathalie Jolivert, PLUS entry to win a FREE Yoga gift certificate at Brooklyn Yoga Collective   […]