Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance The Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance gratefully acknowledges the support of our current funders that have made it possible for us to develop the H.C.A.A. organization and its programs. We deeply appreciate their support, and look forward to building ongoing relationships with our philanthropic partners. City of Miami, District 5, Bass Museum, Dade Community Foundation, Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Frost Museum, Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Little Haiti Net Office, Miami Dade Community College, UCLA Fowler Museum, Culturesfrance. Knight Foundation, Tiger Tail Productions, Puma Creations, Airport Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs, Miami International Airport, Ricky Williams. In view of the catastrophe that recently struck Haiti, HCAA proposes, during the crisis period, to shift its attention to assist as much as it can, victims of the disaster-hence the creation of the HAITIAN ART RELIEF FUND. The Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance (Alyans Atizay Ayisyen, Inc) was founded in 1994 as a not-for profit, 501 3 tax- exempt foundation. It is dedicated to the preservation of Afro-Caribbean history, with an emphasis on Haitian culture, focusing in the areas of music, literature, dance and the visual arts. HCAA is the home of the Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance Archive, which houses a priceless collection of historical documents. This collection includes manuscripts, documents signed by founding fathers, maps, architectural renditions, new and old books, photographs, and films on Haiti and the Afro-Caribbean community. HCAA takes pride and joy in facilitating and mounting art exhibits, presenting poets, musicians, and artists of all genres to a larger South Florida audience. HCAA also facilitates the Haiti Pavilion at the prestigious Miami Book Fair International annually. Through this effort, countless writers have been introduced to the public, raising the awareness of our rich cultural diversity.