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2012 National Haitian American Forum

We are pleased to announce the 3rd annual National Haitian American Forum to be held on May 26, 2012 in Palm Beach County Florida. The 2012 National Haitian American forum will include two discussion panels; Haitian Americans in politics and an Intergenerational panel to discuss the most pressing issues of today and lead the way to constructive action. Our theme for this year is “Reaching For The Dream”

National Haitian American Forum

Selected panelists include Senate Candidate Mack Bernard currently serves as a member of the Florida State House of Representatives, State Rep. John Patrick Julien, Commissiioner Jean Monestime, Phillip J. Brutus former member of the Florida House of Representatives and candidate for the US House of Representatives, Josue Pierre Political Director for HAAPA PAC, Commissioner Al Jacquet and many more influential thinkers in our community. A complete list of the guests speakers will soon be available.

Forum starts at 4:30PM with an exposition of Haitian Paintings by young Haitian Artist Baker Joseph

National Haitian American Forum

About the National Haitian American Forum
The National Haitian American Forum is an inclusive, informative and dynamic dialogue to address the primary concerns of Haitian Americans and the Haitian American immigrant communities across America. The forum is recorded and broadcast on Haitian TV stations and online.

National Haitian American Forum

A variety of issues are discussed during the forum including our beloved country Haiti. The forum is created to educate, uplift, and empower the Haitian community by bringing people together and engaging them in thoughtful dialogue, leading the way to constructive action. NHAF is held during the last weekend in May in celebration of Haitian Heritage Month.

Barton Elementary School is located at:

1700 Barton Rd., Lake Worth, FL 33460

Directions: I-95 to Lantana Rd. East to Andrew Redding Rd. North on Andrew Redding Rd.

School on west side of Andrew Redding Rd.

1 thought on “2012 National Haitian American Forum”

  1. What The National Haitian-American Forum is doing in bringing together Haitian-Americans of all backgrounds to discuss, reflect and offer their thoughts on issues affecting our community is fantastic and should be commended for its efforts in that regard.

    We haven’t been as effective as we could be as a community because we haven’t always collaborated as we should have in the past in order to work as a unit to advance our community’s concerns and issues.

    To advance the causes of the Haitian-American community and gain the respect we deserve we must know that it is paramount that we learn to function as one unit so that we may take full advantage of our growing political clot to influence the political actors that represents our community.

    Again, I applaud all of you in The National Haitian-American Forum for all that you’re doing to educate our people on the issues affecting us and bringing together our community.

    Prinece Milo~

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