Haiti: After the Earthquake

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The Haitian earthquake in 2010 took an already poverty-stricken country back to nearly primitive. Watching the heartbreak play out day after day on live television was nearly unbearable, especially for our struggling fellow humans enduring the destruction of not only the buildings and the structures, but their way of life. The African American Performing Arts Center welcomes and celebrates the Haitian culture and all things artistically Haitian with Haiti: After the Earthquake, on Saturday, Jan. 11 from 5:30 to 9:30pm. The Hands of the Caribbean have curated live performances, music and food with proceeds benefiting medical services and trade school programs to help those still in need in Haiti. Tickets run $50 and this event caters to a 21-plus crowd. (Mayo Lua de Frenchie)

Saturday Jan 11, 2020

310 San Pedro Dr NE (Expo NM)
Albuquerque, NM 87108
US

Phone: 222-0778
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$50

Ages:

21+

Contact:

Fofo Voltaire

Phone: 505-922-5550
Website: Click to Visit

The Hands of the Caribbean present an evening of Haitian and NM artists, live performances, music and food, to raise funds for thos still impacted by the devastation of the earthquake in 2010.

The Hands of the Caribbean (HOTC), presents an evening featuring the art of Haitian and New Mexican artists, live performances, music and food! This tribute to Haiti is to raise funds for those who are still impacted by the devastation resulting from the earthquake in 2010. The evening will be a cultural fusion featuring Haitian and New Mexican artists, live performances, music and food! Proceeds support medical services and trade school programs to help those still in great need in Haiti. Visit handsofthecaribbean.com for more information.