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With West Indian Parade returning, Haitian groups are getting ready

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Rose Guerrier, Executive Creative Director and co founder of Creole Jam, poses for a portrait with traditional Haitian dresses on display at the Haitian float for West Indian Parade.
The Haitian Times  By Leonardo March BROOKLYN—New York City Carnival is back, officially, that is. After two years of virtual or informal gatherings, the  West Indian American Day Carnival Association is preparing the 53rd edition of the Carnival parade on Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn on Labor Day weekend. And Haitian groups are getting ready. To view the full story, please subscribe to The Haitian Times. You can choose a $60 Annual Subscription or a $5 Weekly Pass. When you join The Haitian Times family, you’ll get unlimited digital access to high-quality journalism about Haiti and Haitians you won’t get anywhere else. We’ve been at this for 20 years and pride ourselves on representing you, our diaspora experience and a holistic view of Haiti that larger media doesn’t show you. Join now or renew to get: — Instant access to one-of-kind stories and special reports — Local news from our communities (especially New York and Florida) — Profiles of Haitians at the top of their fields — Downloadable lists and resources about Haitian culture — Membership merch, perks and special invitations First-time subscribers also receive a special welcome gift handmade in Haiti by expert artisans! Do it for the culture and support Black-owned businesses.

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