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iciHaiti - Quebec : The Haitian journalist Raymond Laurent, Grand Prix Dynastie 2023
02/04/2023 10:08:53

iciHaiti - Quebec : The Haitian journalist Raymond Laurent, Grand Prix Dynastie 2023
The Lorquet Foundation for a New Haiti (FOLONHA), presents its hearty congratulations to Raymond Laurent, journalist born in Haiti, recipient of the Grand Prix Dynastie 2023 du Québec (Canada), during the 7th edition of the Gala Dynastie in Montreal on March 30 last

The Grand Prix Dynastie 2023 was awarded to Raymond Laurent in order to honor his career and his exceptional commitment for 35 years to the black community of Quebec.

Raymond Laurent defines himself as a fighting journalist. He takes sides with the less fortunate in society. His commitment is reflected in both the professional and community spheres. At the microphone of "Samedi midi-Inter", a news magazine broadcast on CKUT for more than 35 years, an appointment that has become a must.

Broadcast in French and Creole, "Samedi Inter" is a bridge between peoples. Raymond Laurent, who has lived in Canada for nearly 50 years now, is keen to strengthen the ties that exist between Quebec and his native country Haiti.

Find out more about Raymond Laurent :
Raymond Laurent's social commitment boils down to much more than his weekly radio show. In his role as an organizer and union activist, he led important battles for workers in precarious situations, particularly in the textile industry. This industry, like others, relies heavily on its immigrant workforce. At the community level, he has been involved in various Boards of Directors, including the "Service d'Aide aux Néo-Québécois" (SANQI), of which he was President, and the "Maison des Jeunes L'Ouverture" in Montreal-North. The fight for human rights and social justice are the foundations of his commitment. Laurent also spent 5 years on the air at Radio Centre-Ville, in the late 1980s.

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