Haitian Creole is one of two official languages of Haiti, as well as the only language that all Haitians have in common. It is considered one of the most historic achievements by the Haitian people and has known many challenges throughout its history — from its creation, to its use. Our panel of literary guests provides some insight into the significance of this beautifully unique language.
Angie Bell, Atizan International
Fedherbe “Fedo” Boyer, Creole Trans
Jerry Delince, Librairie Delince