Haitian History Meetup Groups

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This group aims toward uniting Professionals in Florida interested in connecting, networking, volunteering, and learning more about the Haitian culture through different events such as after work happy hour, dining out, bowling, work shops, fundraise

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Young Professionals
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The HaitiHub Creole Conversation Group of Durham is the language-learning home for anyone in the Triangle interested in speaking and understanding Haitian Creole! ~ If you don't speak Creole but might want to learn, vin amize ou! (Come have fun!) ~

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Bon moun
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This group is for anyone interested in learning and speaking Haitian Creole. I started this group because I want to provide an environment where Haitians and friends learning Haitian Creole can come together on a weekly basis so they can converse in

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Kreyol
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Private

Sa Kap Fet Mes Amis! I don’t know about you, but it has been very hard for me to meet fellow Haitians in Baltimore. The Haitian experience in Maryland is very different in comparison to that in New Jersey, New York, Florida and/or Boston. From the ou

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Mes Amis
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I wanted to bring Afro/Haitian Folklore to the Fayetteville and Raleigh Area and created this group to keep people informed about classes, workshops, performances and free workshops. I'm also open to doing workshops in other cities, so if you want to

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Dancers
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Private

Haitian-American Children's Group (HACG) is a cooperative of Haitian-American parents who believe in the importance of retaining and passing down the Haitian culture to their children. The group provides Haitian-American children an opportunity to so

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Zanmi
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This group aims to bring together like-minded Haitian Americans interested in connecting, building quality relationships and leadership.

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Haitian-Americans
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Private

To Build A Stronger Haitian Community

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Members: Haitians United
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This meetup will engage in conversations, networking, activities, events and functions on the basis of Haitian culture. Also this meetup is for Haitian, Haitian American (descendants) and/or anyone interested in Haitian culture. You can expect to mee

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Peuple haïtien

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August 31, 2014

This meetup will engage in conversations, networking, activities, events and functions on the basis of Haitian culture. Also this meetup is for Haitian, Haitian American (descendants) and/or anyone interested in Haitian culture. You can expect to mee

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Peuple haïtien
March 1, 2014

This group aims to bring together like-minded Haitian Americans interested in connecting, building quality relationships and leadership.

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Haitian-Americans
December 10, 2013

This group is for anyone interested in learning and speaking Haitian Creole. I started this group because I want to provide an environment where Haitians and friends learning Haitian Creole can come together on a weekly basis so they can converse in

70
Kreyol
November 8, 2013
Private

Sa Kap Fet Mes Amis! I don’t know about you, but it has been very hard for me to meet fellow Haitians in Baltimore. The Haitian experience in Maryland is very different in comparison to that in New Jersey, New York, Florida and/or Boston. From the ou

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Mes Amis
March 15, 2013

I wanted to bring Afro/Haitian Folklore to the Fayetteville and Raleigh Area and created this group to keep people informed about classes, workshops, performances and free workshops. I'm also open to doing workshops in other cities, so if you want to

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Dancers
January 12, 2013

This group aims toward uniting Professionals in Florida interested in connecting, networking, volunteering, and learning more about the Haitian culture through different events such as after work happy hour, dining out, bowling, work shops, fundraise

253
Young Professionals
July 24, 2011

The HaitiHub Creole Conversation Group of Durham is the language-learning home for anyone in the Triangle interested in speaking and understanding Haitian Creole! ~ If you don't speak Creole but might want to learn, vin amize ou! (Come have fun!) ~

117
Bon moun
June 1, 2011
Private

Haitian-American Children's Group (HACG) is a cooperative of Haitian-American parents who believe in the importance of retaining and passing down the Haitian culture to their children. The group provides Haitian-American children an opportunity to so

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Zanmi
January 22, 2011
Private

To Build A Stronger Haitian Community

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Members: Haitians United
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