The purpose of this thread is not to clutter the Haitian History/Research thread with current events. These Little Haiti businesses have a new landlord: a developer who wants them out Another reminder of why ownership in land and property is so important. What's even worse is that the city gov't seems to be covering for the RE developer. Though technically true, you can see that the local gov't has no interest in helping the Haitian community there. But we know why that is. As always. Money.