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Why Fly A Haitian Kite? For one thing, flying a kite is fun. In addition to having fun, it's a way to remember and honor the 250,000 plus Haiti earthquake victims; to create immediate jobs for artists; to bring the Haitian Diaspora and Friends of Haiti together as one; and to raise needed funds for Kylti's cultural and arts projects meant to help Haiti rebuild. Learn more

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First Annual Fly A Haitian Kite Day - August 29, 2010

Haitian Flag KiteJoin Kylti on August 29, 2010, for its First Annual "Fly A Haitian Kite Day" event in solidarity with the Haitian people (see locations here). At exactly 4:53 pm, people gathered from around the world will fly their Haitian kites high in the sky to remember and honor the earthquake victims. This annual event will celebrate the rising of Haiti and the Haitian people from the rubbles of this terrible disaster.


The Kylti Kite (project) is a metaphor for Haiti's rising
From the rubble of its trouble not surprising
To a future that's creative and quite imaginable,
Forging its own Aesthetic and Cultural Identity
In ways that are tangible
With the help of the human family

"Through all the arts as its rightful destiny"


Learn about the complete project here. Visit the dedicated project site:


Choose Your Haitian Kite




Haiti Cultural Economy Forum

August 20-21, 2010

Embassy of Haiti - Haiti Cultural Economy ForumTheme:

Remake the Landscape, Retain the Spirit:
Strategies for the Rebirth of Haiti through Her Arts and Culture


Embassy of Haiti

2311 Massachusetts Ave, NW

Washington, DC 20008-2802



Registration is FREE and is now open! Limited seating. To register and for more information, please visit:




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