It’s been four years since the devastating earthquake that struck Haiti and killed more than 300,000 people.
South Florida’s Haitian community is marking the four year anniversary of a devastating earthquake in their homeland.
Saturday, January 12th marks three years since the devastating earthquake that hit Haiti, ending the lives of 300,000 people. One survivor of the horror in Haiti wanted to mark the grim anniversary Thursday by doing something special for the people he credits for saving his life.
A high-ranking Pentagon official and Miami native is stepping down to become director of the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University.
Haitians who fled to the U.S. after a powerful earthquake rocked their homeland in 2010 will be able to stay and work here legally a while longs.
Well known civil rights leader, and sometimes controversial activist, Rev. Jesse Jackson is not one known for holding his tongue.
Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez will visit Haiti on Monday to view recovery efforts since the January 2010 earthquake.
Lynn University dedicated the Remembrance Plaza Friday morning to recognize the six people from the school who died during the 2010 Haiti earthquake.
Nearly 700 Haitians slated to be sent back to their homeland were released from U.S. holding facilities in 2010 because of a year long moratorium on deportations.
America could be the new land of opportunity for thousands of Haitians struggling to survive in their home country.