Launched in May 2006 by Angelucci Manigat, Jr., The Haitian Voice is a free monthly trilingual print newspaper dedicated to helping rehabilitate the collective image of Haiti and its diaspora.
It is a community organizing tool that empowers our people. The Haitian Voice prioritizes information that promotes creativity, diversity, self-determination, competence, transparency, and tolerance while observing the ethics of journalism. In the United States, The Haitian Voice is distributed mainly in Connecticut, New York and New Jersey.
In Haiti, it is given out in Pétion-Ville, Delmas, Port-au-Prince, Carrefour, Gressier and Léogâne. The Haitian Voice is the first free newspaper of its kind in Haiti. Our influence has been largely documented in national and local news organizations such as The Associated Press, Connecticut Post, CBS News, NBC News, Channel 12 News, The Hartford Courant and The Stamford Advocate.
We count on the support of the business community and the generosity of our readers so we can keep delivering unbiased and reliable information free of charge to thousands of people in the Tri-State area as well as in Haiti.