Ishka Designs: Caught In The Act

Ishka Designs is an interior design firm that strives for the “efficiently beautiful.” From the initial designs to the installation, they apply their organic, minimalist style to their latest project— the Haiti Cultural Exchange?s new Crown Heights headquarters. For more information about Ishka Designs visit:
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From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Caught in the Act: Art in Brooklyn, episode 57. Original air date: 2/27/2013. http://www.bricartsmedia.org/bit

Former Ousted Haitian President Back in Haiti: Brooklyn Review

Former Ousted Haitian President Back in Haiti: Ricot Dupuy, station manager of Radio Soleil, a popular Haitian radio station based in Flatbush, joined us in the Brooklyn Independent Television studio to sort out some of the confusion of former Haitian president Jean-Claude Duvalier’s surprise return to Haiti.

From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Brooklyn Review, episode 234. Original air date: 1/24/2011.

Adoption Success: Brooklyn Review

Adoption Success: In February, we told you the story of Marsha Mondesir-Jones, who even before the earthquake, had been trying to adopt two Haitian girls. After two long years, the pair of sisters have found a new home in Brooklyn.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Brooklyn Review, episode 234. Original air date: 1/24/2011.

Colline Foundation: Brooklyn Review

Colline Foundation: In 2008, 26-year-old Brooklynite, Jimmy Toussaint and his family built a school in Leogane, Haiti. Now hes working with volunteers from around the world to rebuild the school, which crumbled during the earthquake.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Brooklyn Review, episode 234. Original air date; 1/24/2011.

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Re-Imaginging Haiti: Brooklyn Review

A new exhibit at MoCADA called Re-Imagining Haiti is giving 20 artists a platform to showcase their vision for Haiti’s future.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Brooklyn Review, episode 234. Original air date: 1/24/2011.

Adopting from Haiti: Brooklyn Review

We share in a Haitian-American woman’s efforts to bring her adoptive daughters home to Brooklyn.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Brooklyn Review, episode 221.
Original air date: 7/19/2010.

Reporting from Haiti: Brooklyn Review

Learn about the headlines you’re not seeing in mainstream media from Brooklyn-based journalists Eleanor Miller and Christopher Schuetze (both with the paper Haitian Times) presently reporting from Haiti.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Brooklyn Review, episode 221.

Original air date: 7/19/2010.
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