To kick off Creole Month 2022, we discuss at Tele Creole in Boston three approaches relating to the Creole language, the basis for Haiti's economic development, and how to stop the chaos Haiti is going through today if education is the foundation for building a fair society on September 27.
On October 1, 2022, we exhibited books and artistic paintings and discussed Haiti's history at a cultural fair in Norwood, Massachusetts. We presented Creole recitations in an English-only environment, working with an organization called Black Norwood to highlight the beauty of Creole. We would also be involved in translating the materials circulating in the Norwood Library into Creole.
The Movement of Love for Haiti (MLHA) invited us to speak about the importance of Creole education in Haitian schools on October 3, 2022. According to this broadcast, "all Haitian students who failed high school in twelve and thirteen grades should be considered graduates, and high school should end after twelve grades, as is the case in the United States."
As part of the celebration of Jean Jacques Desalinnes' death on October 17, 2022, we marched in Boston with various partner organizations to promote an amendment to article 5 of the Haitian Constitution of 1987. Our goal is to maintain Creole education in schools, and Haiti should claim its black and red flag as the first independent black republic in history
Our presence at the Genesis Jump Start Ministry gala in Medford, Massachusetts, on October 23, 2022, raised awareness about the environment, Haitian culture, and children's protection (Text from the poetry book "An Nou Retounen Lakay") in the mother tongue of Haitians.