Haitian artists find a buyer in Macy’s

Young metal artist Soloman Vincent, 17, works on a metal art piece in back yard in the area of Croix-de-Bouquet in Port Au Prince, Haiti. Deborah Baic/The Globe and Mail

Macy’s, the largest department store chain in the United States, has unveiled itself as the commercial knight in shining armour responsible for giving more than 200 Haitian artisans their first full-time contracts since a historic earthquake rocked Haiti last January.


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  1. I am so glad to see that. That is wonderful.I wish that, Wal-Mart, Publix, Wiin-Dixie and other big chains in the US will do the same to empower the Farmwers and the agricultural workers in Haiti.

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