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Map of NYC Haitians

152,811 NYC Haitians have created a rich variety of faith-based organizations

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Rev Yvon Louis does Haitian radio broadcasts from his church basement, www.radiobiblion.com, Jamaica, Queens. Photo by A Journey through NYC religions/Melissa Kimiadi

"Mwen beni non ou!" ("I Bless Your Name!"). 152,811 NYC Haitians have created a rich variety of faith-based organizations providing music and worship for the soul, great joumou soup (squash) in restaurants, theology books, and radio programs for children.

Haitians are concentrated in 6 Community Districts. A Journey through NYC religions, nycreligion.info

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  • Interesting, I once had to do a research paper and went to the Haitian Consulate to get figures. They estimated the population to be close to 400,000; and about 600,000 in the Metro area. They said NYC had the largest population of Haitians but because NYC is so big with 8 million people its a drop in the bucket. So Miami always gets credit as the center for the Haitian community in the U.S. Mind you Flatbush is 3 times larger in size and population than Little Haiti.

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