Haïti Liberté is the largest Haitian weekly newspaper, distributed throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and Haiti.
Haïti Liberté has merged its operations with the Haitian-American community’s foremost publication, the Haitian Times, expanding the reach of both papers.
Haïti Liberté offers weekly news and analysis of Haitian affairs by some of the foremost writers and intellectuals in Haiti and its diaspora.
There are close to 2 million Haitians living in North America and Europe where Haïti Liberté is distributed. Most Haitians speak Kreyòl but prefer to read in French. The paper is published in French, Kreyòl and English.
The paper is distributed every Wednesday morning. In North America and Europe, it is principally distributed through newsstands or subscriptions. In Haiti, it is sold mainly by street vendors. The deadline for submission of advertising is Monday at noon.
In the New York metropolitan area, Haïti Liberté distributes mostly in Brooklyn, Queens, and Nassau county, as well as Elizabeth, Irvington, East Orange, South Orange and Newark in New Jersey. In Florida, the paper is principally distributed in Miami, North Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The paper is also available online at www.haitiliberte.com.
Advertisers can establish an account with the paper, or pay by cash or check. All major credit cards are also accepted. Advertising and subscriptions are payable in U.S. currency.