It’s that time again! When it come’s to our beloved Haiti’s flag, it is truly a symbol of our freedom and pride that must be celebrated with great fanfare. For some, May 18 is just another day, but for our brothers and sisters in Miami, Boston, New York, Chicago and other parts of the U.S., it’s a cause for music and dancing. This day is especially significant to Sons and Daughters of Haiti because it reminds us of who we are as a people, how far we’ve come as a nation and how important our country’s legacy is as the world’s first independent black republic. That’s why we are passionate about our mission and the work we are doing. We kicked off the year with an album release party for Jbeatz and to start off Haitian Heritage Month, we hosted our Second Annual 5K Walk and Run on May 5th at Tradewinds Park in Coconut Creek. We are truly grateful for our sponsors Cornerstone Preschool, Express Tax1, Leadstar Financial, Dugazon Investment Group and for those who participated to help us raise money for our Medical Missions Trip this summer. As our organization grows and continues to make a name for itself in Chicago, Atlanta and Fort Lauderdale, we look forward to executing some of our key initiatives to help restore Haiti to its former glory. We recognize the collaborative effort needed to give the people access to health care, a quality education and job opportunities. So as we celebrate our country’s historical achievements, let’s unite to ensure its future success. Keep checking our website for upcoming events and to find out how you can be a part of it. L’union Fait La Force!