We are pleased to share interesting and informative resources with you. These organizations provide a wealth of information on Haitian culture, the arts and social issues of importance to our community.

Find resources in your community

  • Brooklyn Arts Council
    Brooklyn Arts Council hosts free and affordable arts events, provides grants and training to artists and organizations and promotes cultural groups.
  • Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
    CCCADI is dedicated to promoting the cultures of people of African Descent through arts education and cultural events.
  • Center for Traditional Music & Dance
    CTMD helps New York City’s immigrant communities preserve their unique cultural heritage through research, presentation and education.
  • City Lore
    City Lore works to document, present, and advocate for New York City’s cultures to ensure their living legacy in histories, places and traditions.
  • FOKAL
    FOKAL is an independent foundation in Haiti supported by the Open Society Institute and other international and local organizations.
  • Île en île
    Île en île is a database website developed to present biographies, bibliographies, photos, texts and audio recordings on authors from the French-speaking islands of the world.
  • The Toussaint L’Ouverture Foundation
    The Toussaint L’Ouverture Foundation was established to promote Haitian culture, stimulate artistic creativity, and help restore Haiti’s cultural heritage.
  • La Troupe Makandal
    La Troupe Makandal channels the power of traditional Afro-Haitian music and dance to represent Haiti’s history and culture in theaters and schools.
  • Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Art
    MoCADA incites dialogue on pressing social and political issues facing the African Diaspora, and fosters a dynamic space for the creation and continuous evolution of culture.