Youth Empowerment Support Service HAC-US

HAC-US

The Haitian American Caucus (HAC) is a coalition movement to improve the lives of the Haitian-American community and their allies. HAC’s mission is to set a platform from which to empower communities of Haitian Americans in New York City.

HAC LogoFounded in 2009, the Haitian American Caucus (HAC) is one of the leading civic organizations for the Haitian community in the New York City area. From education to healthcare, HAC works to improve the lives of the Haitian community at large in the hopes of changing negative perceptions of Haitians that have been perpetuated for years. 

HAC-Haiti

HAC-Haiti promotes sustainable development in Haiti that eliminates extreme poverty through providing opportunities for education, health and economic self-sufficiency.

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Events Calendar

We provide workshops and seminars in the following areas:

  • Education
  • Business
  • Wellness & Health Services
 

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Resources

For us, service and giving back doesn't mean writing out checks or handing out free items. It's about giving something that is invaluable—access to resources that fosters personal and professional self-development. 

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GALLERY

Missed one of our events or seminars? Take a look through our galleries for photos and videos from past events. 

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02nd Mar 2014
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Selebrasyon! Community Curated Project grant application

Selebrasyon! New York’s Celebration of Haitian Art & Culture presented by Haiti Cultural Exchange, May 17 – June 30, 2014 is a multi-disciplinary festival showcasing the diversity, beauty and vitality...

28th Feb 2014
Haiti Pride Cherie

4TH ANNUAL HAITI CHERIE PRIDE LOVE AND COMMITMENT

Fabrice J. Armand founded Haiti Cherie as a way to fundraise for organizations that are making a sustainable impact in Haiti. Haiti Cherie celebrates the beauty, richness and history of the Haitian culture while honoring the resiliency of it's people. The event honors Haitian professionals who have achieved significant success in their fields and serve as a beacon of light through their hard work and dedication.

20th Feb 2014
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Tips for Non-Native Speakers for Careers and Public Speaking

TIPS FOR NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS: At a fundamental level, verbal communication is a back and forth of emotion and information. Research has shown that people all over the world, irrespective of...

20th Feb 2014
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Advantages Women Or Minority-Owned Businesses May Not Know About

– If you’re short on collateral, there’s a Small Business Administration program just for you: 7(a) Direct Guaranty Program; if you’re a minority other programs are offered under Section 8(a)...

20th Feb 2014
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Haiti Cultural Exchange – Selebrasyon! New York’s Celebration of Haitian Arts & Culture

Selebrasyon! New York’s Celebration of Haitian Arts & Culture  May 18th – June 30th Dance * Film * Literature & Spoken Word * Music * Visual Arts This multi-disciplinary festival of Haitian art and...

20th Feb 2014
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February, A Month for Hearts

While the month of February is filled with love and hearts, how healthy is yours? Heart disease is the number one leading cause of death for all Americans.1 Heart disease...

20th Feb 2014
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Tax Savings Strategies for Small Business Owners & Professionals: Deductible or Not?

Tax season is here! Look out for one of HABNET's most anticipated workshops with IRS Enrolled Agent, Lou Calixte on February 20, 2014

10th Feb 2014
Photo credit: PATRICK FARRELL / MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Haiti celebrates first cardinal

For Monsignor Chibly Langlois, the honor of joining the Catholic Church’s elite hierarchy and being among those who may one day choose the next pope — and perhaps be among...

10th Feb 2014
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Jimmy Jean-Louis open letter : I Want The World To See Haiti As I Do

By JIMMY JEAN-LOUIS I think about Haiti every day.  It is where my roots lie and my old memories live.  Haiti is where I lived as a boy before I...