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Charles Andre Dorismond AKA Bigga Haitian, reggae musician

Charles Andre Dorismond, aka Bigga Haitian, was born on 4th November, 1964 and acquired fame as a Haitian-American entertainer. He rose in the 1990s and he is considered to be the first Haitian artist to enter the Jamaican reggae scene. He overcame national and cultural barriers and created the way for a new genre of Haitian music.

Dorismond's stage name is Bigga Haitian. He was born to a family of musicians. His own father led The Webert Sicot Group who introduced Kompa, Haitian dance music. Charles Andre Dorismond lived in his native city Port-au-Prince for 8 years before leaving to New York. He grew up in the midst of a Jamaican community Flatbush in Brooklyn.

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Haitian-American Noramie Festa Jasmin made History as Mayor of Spring Valley

This is a sign that the Haitian community is moving and if I may say "Up" in the US. The latest is having one of our own elected as mayor in a major town. On behalf of the Haitian diaspora in the United States and all over the world, I would like to congratulate Noramie Festa Jasmin as the new Mayor of Spring Valley.

She has become the first Haitian American and the first woman to be elected as Mayor of Spring valley in 2009.

Before becoming Mayor of Spring Valley in New York, Noramie Jasmin occupied the position of trustee as well as deputy Mayor.

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