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.
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- 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 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.