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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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Washington, DC. Kylti, a non-profit organization that promotes Haitian arts and culture, launches the website to encourage and to facilitate communication, exchange, and networking amongst Haitians in the Diaspora and in Haiti, between Friends of Haiti, and the international community. Learn more


Washington, DC. Kylti, a unique nonprofit organization focused on developing Haiti through its arts and culture announces its launch. Kylti’s inaugural event is the Fly A Haitian Kite Day to celebrate Haitian culture and the country’s rise from the January 12, 2010, earthquake. The event is planned for the end of August of this year. Learn more


Washington, DC. On August 22, 2010, 4:53 pm, people from many parts of the world will be joining Kylti to its inaugural event, Fly A Haitian Kite Day, in solidarity with the Haitian people and to remember the Haiti earthquake victims. Lean more


Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Association for Cultural Equity (ACE) and Kimberly Green of the Green Family Foundation are proceeding with repatriation of the Alan Lomax in Haiti box set and full collection, which will likely be deposited at FOKAL in Port-au-Prince and the Digital Library of the Caribbean at Florida International University. Learn more