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We Are Taking a Stand for Haiti

On May 18, 2021, the founders of LHADAN organized a march inside the Capital of the World, Washington DC, to denounce the daily violence happening in Haiti which had gone unnoticed by the mainstream media and cohorts, identify the culprits, and demand a return to Law and Order in Haiti immediately. In addition, on June 18, 2021, the same group organized a march in front of the United Nations Headquarters in New York City to send a clear message to world leaders, demanding to uphold the Vienna Convention which stipulates foreign countries should not intervene in the internal affairs of the host country.

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Absolutely, A New Approach to Politics in Haiti!
The Diaspora of Haiti is Taking Actions

Absolutely, A New Approach to Politics in Haiti!

The Haitian diaspora (as one voice, one people), chooses to be a part of any or all decisions relating to matters of Haiti and to become the driving force behind the changes to occur in Haiti.
LHADAN wants to elevate Haiti and every single Haitian, and develop a 25-year plan to put Haiti back on track. LHADAN pledges to become the voice of Haiti eternally, under one umbrella chartered in all 50 States and abroad.
Human Rights Are Important

Human Rights Are Important

LHADAN is denouncing the violence, human rights violations, dictatorship, and the international community's complaisance about a humanitarian crisis and catastrophe in Haiti.
Women's Leadership Led to Action

Women's Leadership Led to Action

Two women, Marie Yvrose Celestin and Sabine Philippe were casually conversing about the situation in Haiti on March 25, 2021, and Sabine told Yvrose, "I am going to organize a march in DC to denounce the violence on women, children, mothers, and innocent people". "We, the women of Haiti, have to get involved in this mess now, this is our era" said Sabine to Yvrose. Yvrose ran with the idea and said to Sabine, "Let me connect you to two men who have the same idea". Ernst Vilsaint came on the phone line and the rest is history. VOIHLA, Inc., and HaitiBrigade, Inc., rallied a coalition of Haitian organizations and associations around the USA and abroad to partake in and embark on a great cause: "LET HAITI BREATHE!" That is how everything started and have led to the birth of LHADAN.

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